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Well, I'm not 2000 Ram, but I have one. <IMG SRC="/board/images/smilies/icon_smile.gif">

I'm running 315s, with a 3" rancho lift, on 16x8s, and have no noticeably rub. I can look and see that the driver's inner fender liner is being rubbed, but nothing to worry about.

You'll want new rims. 16x10 would be best, but 16x8s will work (center of tread will wear faster than sides, though).
 

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I couldn't get my tires to rub if I wanted to even before I got the off-road springs put in on Thrusday,I got the dual shocks up front plus new upper and lower control arms,I have 12000 miles on the truck now and had the lift put on with 2000 miles and I've had no trouble at all.and the 315's I just got them about 3000 miles ago because the 295's I had looked to small.So as long as you get the right backspacing and 8" wide rims,and the longer control arms you'll have no trouble with rubing.
 
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