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Hey All, I'm new to this. I Just bought myself a '95 Ram SB Sport with 5.9l 4x4. I was wondering what size tire I can fit Stock, 3", and 5". I want to add a lift but I want to have a tire that looks right in the large wheelwells.

Thanks For Your Time,
RamSport59
Rick Collins
 

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I have a 3" lift with 33" tires. You can get by with 35" tires but they will rub when you turn all the way or if you plan on wheeling hard. I have had no problems with my 33s rubbing.. DDGETHS
 

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3" Rancho and I have 315/75R16s, and have very minor rubbing, not enough to worry about.

Easier to clear 315/75R16 than 35x12.50R15 with a 3" lift due to the backspacing differences between 15 and 16" rims.
 

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3 inch lift with 33 never rubbed one time
 

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I'm running 285/75R16's on my stock '99 and they are basicaly a 33x11.50R16. I don't like a lot of space from the top fo the tire to the top of the fender, though, a lot of people do. I'm planning on a 3" lift soon (soon as I get the money and my warranty runs out) and some 35's. 35" tires just look two small with 5" of lift I think. With 6 or 7" you should be able to clear 38's.(I would hope so anyway).
 

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hey redrider, I love the camo, that is sweet, did you buy a kit or do it yourself.
 

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did it myself all day job cutting and fitting had one side done didn't look right pulled it off and redid it
 

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Sweet you should make kits and sell them, what did you cut them out of?
 

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just went to a place that makes stickers and bought the stuff that they use and cut it up .
 
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