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I have a 98 Dodge Ram 1500 2WD with a 3 inch body lift, 1 inch block lift in rear, and 1.5 inch coil spacers in front. I am currently running 285-70-16 and it just isnt cutting it. I need bigger, so I am asking what I could run without rubbing?
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buddy of mine in high school had a 97 dodge 1500 3.9 he lifted very simaler to what you but had a homemade 4in body lift(we were in high school with little funds) but he ran 315/70/17s on 17x10 eagle wheels and they stuck out aboout 2-2.5ins past the fender well and he never had any problems with the tranny or rear end(3.55ratio) or rubbing in fact he still has the truck 7 years later and still drives around once in awhile im not sure of the miles on the truck but i know its around 230k on all stock parts... so like the others said it does depend how hard you are on it. the only thing he ever towed around was a 15ft trailer that haul quads....
if it were my truck that i drive daily id got with with 34-35 in tire and you just gotta make sure you get the right off set...
[[/SIGPIC]2001 dodge ram 2500 360 hughes plenum. flowmaster super 40 mufflers. 1.7hs S&B CAI. locked rear end. brand new tranny.186k and counting
you guys really like to tell people how to waste money don't you I have had 37s on my old truck never had 1 issue on 3.55s idk if it is because you guys don't know how to drive or maybe its because of the way the trucks are built down in the states
1998 ram 1500 4wd farm edition, ??mpg because i dont care i will still put gas in it