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Old 01-21-2012, 01:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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33" tires on 2wd

I am working on a '95 ram 2500 2wd. I want to run 285/75r16 on the factory rims. I am getting conflicting information on whether these will fit. I am planning on adding a levelling kit also, but I was told that the 1.5" was the highest you could put in and have it reliably allign. Before I go forward, I'd like to hear from anyone who knows for sure. Thanks.

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I ran 2" leveling kit on my old 95 Ram 1500, they are basically the same setup up front as the 2500 just heavier coil springs. My 2" Rough County leveling worked great and cleared that size tire with no problems at all, even on aftermarket rims. Mine always aligned fine with no out of spec specs. From my understanding 2" leveling is the most you can go before you run into problems.
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