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Old 03-19-2014, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2014 Ram 2500 Laramie Limited Mega cab 4x4

I just sold my 2012 Ram 2500 Longhorn mega cab 4x4.
I am buying a 2014 ram 2500 Laramie limited mega cab 4x4 to replace it. I will be adding a BDS 2" leveling kit and would like to use the stock 20" X 8" aluminum wheels. Does anyone know what the largest tire size that I can use?(without it rubbing) I had toyo at2s on my 12 and would like to stay with toyo at2s on my 14
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Well your stock are a little over a 33 so I think you'll probably clear a 35.

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I think a 35/12.50 would rub. Anyone know different?

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i would say 35's as i look at mine that are 33's and i can't imagine much bigger fitting without rubbing.
2013 3500 srw Laramie limited 4x4 crew long bed black on black aisin 2" leveling kit, 5% window tint. Hornblasters train horns. Bone stock and staying that way

Previous rams 2000 2500 slt + qc lb 4x4 v-10, 03 qc lb 2500 4x4 hemi Laramie, 07 3500 qc lb 4x4 5.9 ctd Laramie. All have been black
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