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Okay I know there is no such thing as a cheap mud tire, exspecially when you have 17 inch rims, my question is will 15 inch rims fit on my 2001 dodge ram 1500 4x4? Can anyone tell me what my best bet would be for the lowest priced mud tire?
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you'd be better off finding a 16" rim (they came stock) for cheaper than a 17 but still you're gonna have to shell out the bucks for the tires anyway.
it's all about the inside tire diameter.. you can measure how much space you need by pulling your tire off and using some string from the center of the axel and put it to the farthest point on the caliper and then measure that string.. or use a tape measure. if that is more than 7.5" then a 15 is 99% of the time not going to fit without some work to the caliper.
personally those are things that i'd REALLY not mess with. you can make something go all day long but to make sure it stops... THAT is priceless.
cheap mud tires: dunlop mud rovers..... i dunno what size you want, but i know for a fact theres a 31 and a 33 mud rover, i think theres a 35 but i aint sure
if you get 33 inch Dunlop Mud Rovers for a 15 inch rim its ~110 bucks..... for a 16 inch rim its about 130 bucks...... thats a 10.5 inch wide tire
those are the tires i have and their really really good, both in the mud and on the road. ive heard that Mud Kings are also cheap but i dont have experience with them, and i also dont know teh price offhand.
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no im going to ban your for that. haha JK man!!! I really love my procomp MT's. i really am impressed by there preformance. they do great offroad, there a soft compound so there very quite yet they seem to hold up very well even with the burnouts every now and then they handle great at hiway speeds and there cheap. i got all of mine for $670. and those were for 35/12.50/R15.
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