The Bilsteins don't work on 2WD. You're going to have to use a spacer.I have a 2016 Ram 1500 Sport 2wd crew cab. The stock tires are done so it seems time to upgrade. I’m hooing to do 5100s all around with the rear set to 0 and the front at 2.1. Stock rims, which I believe are 20x9?
1) what tire size would be ideal?
2) what’s the biggest I can go with no rubbing? 35x12.5x20?
3) what’s a good AT that’s not too heavy and doesn’t produce too much road noise? (I’m on the road a fair bit for work and don’t want to hear that drone every day, all day)
I am just seeing this. Looks good! How did it ride?No one has posted photos recently so her are some my 2012 2wd Express new 1.5" level (actually raised the front 2") with 33" Cooper STT Pros on 20" Fuel Beast. This is something I've been wanting to do since I bought the true new but I waited for when it was time to replace the tires. I'm very happy with everything. It changed the attitude and it's a whole new truck now! Next up is nerf bars, tool box and possibly OEM gender flares (if anyone knows of a good deal on a set, please PM me!). Only other mods are the typical Flowmaster muffler and a K&N cai. More engine mods will come later...way later.
The photos were taken at the shop, at dusk. I'll take better photos this weekend and update after putting a few miles on the tires and hopefully finding a fun place to trespass and get her dirty!
Nice boat and truck.Just installed a ReadyLift System on my 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 2wd it's suppose to be a total lift of 2.5 front and 1.5 in the rear, I will verify it in a few days to see if there is any settling with the kit. I am running 20x10 -12 offset Fuel Throttles on 35x12.50x20 Nitto Trail Grapplers. Here are a few quick pictures from when I picked it up...
Already Installing OEM Fender Flares.
Will be adding Rhino sidesteps later today so I will snap a few better pictures soon...
What a lifted 2wd is used for in Miami