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I have 315/75/16's on mine, which is basically what you want on yours. I have a 4 1/2 inch lift on mine and I would imagine you could just get by with a 3 inch lift. Definately more than a three would be preferable, but a 3 would maybe get by with some rubbing, especially off road.

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The 2500 V8 ram will run a BFG 33x12.50 with no lift, 2.5" skyjacker coils will clear a 35" max flex may incur some rubbing, very minor. The truck probably has a bad "rake" which means it sits low in the front, the 2.5" coils should level it off, if the truck will be taken off road then you probably should throw some rancho 5000 or 9000 shocks on the front to make it ride and handler better and also so the stock shocks dont bottom out.
 

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I have 35x12.5-16.5 on my 2500 diesel which are normally taller than 1500 and it has spacers in the front, the tires will rub a bit if you go wheeling. I would think about staying with 33's.
 

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Ive got 33's on mine and have had no signs of rubbing at all. it looks like i could clear 35's pretty well.
 

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I see a silver Dodge 2500 a least once a week. It has 35x12.50 Pro-comp mud terrains, no lift, and no rubbing (I have never seen the wheel turned completely). I have seen him pull in and out of parking spaces with no problem.
 

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i've been running that combo with the skyjacker 4.5" lift on my 2500 cummins with no prob---and the tires are fine for street(BFG Mud Terrains)---less lift and you'll probably rub at some point......chris
 
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