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I am about to do a 3" body and 3" susp lift to my 1500 2WD.

I am going to go with 35x12.5x15 tires on either 15x8 or 15x10 wheels. What do I need to know in terms of backspacing, offset, etc?

Will the tire/wheel combo that dgeram4x has for sale on this site work for me? That is 35x12.5x15 on 15x8 American Racing 767 wheels? Thanks.

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...well, I have a 4WD 1500 with a 5" lift and I'm running 35/12.50/15 MT/R's mounted on 15X8 Weld Wheels with 4.50" of backspacing. I don't know how different the suspension geometry is, but your set-up should work??? Good Luck! :bigthumb:

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1998 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad-Cab SLT 4X4 SB, 5.2L V8, 5" SkyJacker Stage II Kit, 35/12.50/15 Good~Year MT/R's on 15X8 Weld Racing Sidewinder Wheels, Flowmaster Cat-Back Exhaust System, Custom Audio System.
 

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One of my former co-workers has a 1998 1500 quad cab 2wd. He had 4wheelparts install a 3" Performance Accessories body lift and a 3" Fabtech lift and he was running 35" Pro Comp mud terrains. He didn't have any rubbing but his truck also never left the pavement. He had Eagle wheels that looked like the old Centerline wheels with the five holes in them if that makes sense. He said the truck drove fine but I think you have to really watch your front end alignment after that Fabtech lift.
 
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