I have a '95 ram 1500 4x4 with a 318. I want to lift it enough for 35 inch tires. I'm thinking of putting 35"/12.5" mud terrains on 15"/10" wheels with 3.25" backspacing. I wanted to achieve the height to do this by a 3 inch suspention lift(rancho sport or pro-comp standard) and a 3 inch body lift. Will this work without rubbing? Will i still have enough power with the big tires or will i need to sawp gears? If so, what ratio will i need? Will the big tires kill my gas mileage? Would i be better off with a 5" suspention lift instead of a 3" suspention lift and a body lift? Will it handle bad with the big tires and lift on the road? If so, what can i do about it? Will the mud terrains wear really quickly on the road? How far off will my speed signal be with the 35's? Will i need to get a recallibrator? If so, how much will i expect to spend on it? Are 10" wheels too wide for the truck? Are 8" wheels to narrow for the 12.5" tires? Wil i need to go with more backspacing than 3.25"? Are the stock wheels out of the question for 35"/12.5" tires? Why are steel wheels less expensive that aluminum? Is it worth paying more for aluminum? What do you get extra on the stage 2 or perfomance suspention kits? Is it worth paying more for them instead of the standard kits? I'm sorry about all the questions. I'm kinda new to this an on a tight budget. Any answers or feedback at all wil be appreciated.