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Have a 87 Dodge Ram wondering what size rims would go to fill the gap in
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Tire size 32 or 33" is the max most people fit stock. More than 33" starts to require lift and gears. Rim size is personal preference of what you like. I like the stock look of 15 or 16" rims.
 

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It’s got 15 on it don’t want to mess with them just more tire to fit the void in wheel well, it has a lift just can’t remember what dad lifted it to.
 

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Tire size 32 or 33" is the max most people fit stock. More than 33" starts to require lift and gears. Rim size is personal preference of what you like. I like the stock look of 15 or 16" rims.
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33's by 12,5 wide look and ride nice on a stock truck without any lift.
 

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depends if you have a 5 bolts axle, or a 8 bolts?
8 bolts doesn't fit 15" rim.
 

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33x10.5" size works ok on stock 15x7" wheels, but a 12.50" wide usually needs something wider.
 

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On a '77 W-200 10 to15 years ago there were a lot of 16.5x8 for the front rims, and 16.5x10 for the rear wheels sold, together with 33x12.5x16.5 tires they looked the part, and the difference in front and rear rims made that the wheels lined up nice too.
 
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