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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-06-2005, 01:57 PM
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2004 DODGE RAM W/ 315/70/17 RUBS

HEY EVERYONE,
I HAVE A 2004 DODGE RAM 2500. I JUST PUT ON A SET OF 315/70/17 BFGOODRICH ALL TERRAINS. THEY RUB ON THE DRIVERS SIDE TRAILING ARMS WHEN I CUT THE WHEEL HARD LEFT. AT LEAST THAT IS WHAT I THINK THEY ARE CALLED. DOES ANYONE KNOW IF BY INSTALLING THOSE 2 INCH COIL SPACERS THAT EVERYONE SELLS IT WILL GET RID OF THE RUB??
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Re: 2004 DODGE RAM W/ 315/70/17 RUBS

The problem is the wheel backspacing or just adjust the steering stops. It isn't a vertical clearance problem.
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Re: 2004 DODGE RAM W/ 315/70/17 RUBS

You cold use a rim spacer or swap your rims to less b/s, stock is 5.??, I think mine is 4.00" b/s...
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