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Old 03-18-2010, 02:31 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2010 Dodge Ram 4x4 33's or 35's

Does anyone out there have a 2010 Dodge Ram 2500 CC 4x4 with 33's or 35's on a stock suspension with no leveling kit? Please post pictures if you do.

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Old 03-18-2010, 09:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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yes, in the 2010 pictures thread. quite a few pics
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Can you send me a link?
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295/70/17s before leveling kit

With leveling kit:
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randomid25, did the tires rub before you put the level kit on?
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Nope. Just wanted the front end to sit a bit higher.
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Nope. Just wanted the front end to sit a bit higher.
was 295 as large as you can go stock, im looking @ 305/70/17's
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Couldn't tell you for sure, but it looked kinda tight in there at full lock. Just level it up and run the 305s. Makes the truck look better when it isn't nose down. I've been on some rough roads and no death wobble so far.
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was 295 as large as you can go stock, im looking @ 305/70/17's
I had that size before I was leveled and it fit just fine without rubbing. My truck is in that 2010 thread if you want a pick. I have Nitto TG's.
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295/70/17s before leveling kit

With leveling kit:
Thanks for posting pictures.

Question... Is the 2" leveling spacer visable when looking at the top coil spring? I have seen some fancy aluminum spacers and was wondering if they are even visable.

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Yeah, you can see the spacer if you're looking for it. Its painted black and you can't tell its there unless you're close up.
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