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22.5" on 2wd 3500 dually

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I install 22.5" wheels in my 3500 Dodge Ram but I feel the suspention very very toft and hard. I change the shocks and coils but nothing happened. now I ordered a new Rancho Shock Absorvers and also I`ll will change the Joint Balls and Bushings.

But, I`m looking to feel more soft. somebody have any experience with something liek this?

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I'm assuming your ride worsened due to the rigidity and shorter sidewalls of the tires on those 22.5's. But I'm not sure what to do in your case to retain a more comfortable ride. I'm running 35's on 17's with skyjacker coils and mine rides like a dream compared to all other 3/4 ton dodges. Someone will know what to do in your case I'm sure.


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I'm assuming your ride worsened due to the rigidity and shorter sidewalls of the tires on those 22.5's. But I'm not sure what to do in your case to retain a more comfortable ride. I'm running 35's on 17's with skyjacker coils and mine rides like a dream compared to all other 3/4 ton dodges. Someone will know what to do in your case I'm sure.


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Twisted Cummins got it on the dot. From what I was told the shorter the side wall the rougher the ride.

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