Thinking Of Getting A New Vehicle...

What Vehicle Do Think Would Fit My Needs Better?

  • 2016 to Present Dodge Durango R/T

  • 2016 to 2018 Ram 1500 Rebel

  • 2016 to 2018 Ram 1500 Sport

  • 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Black


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Ryan

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For modifying i was going to lift the durango and run 32" tires but found out they fit without lifting. You'd be more unique in a modified durango but you'll have more options with a Ram. I've dreamed of trading the durango RT in on a SRT but its the wife's car and i don't care for the new front.
That sounds very cool, can you share pictures of your Durango with those tires?
 

Rustydodge

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Thanks everyone. My wife wanted the brass monkey look but at the time there were no used ones to be found. The 32" tires are a touch big for the lower RT height and have rubbed on the top of the front inner wheel liners a few times, but the 2.5" rocky road WK2 lift would be too much IMO. I swap back to the factory wheels in winter. The falken AT3w have been pretty good...a little loose in heavy rain though. Considered a gear swap to 3.45 just to get final drive ratio back near stock with the 32" outer diameter tires but not worth the cost. It's been a great vehicle, the only unacceptable issue IMO was a water pump failure at 33k miles which i caught early by ear...covered under warranty.
 

redriderbob

Mopar Guru!
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Thanks everyone. My wife wanted the brass monkey look but at the time there were no used ones to be found. The 32" tires are a touch big for the lower RT height and have rubbed on the top of the front inner wheel liners a few times, but the 2.5" rocky road WK2 lift would be too much IMO. I swap back to the factory wheels in winter. The falken AT3w have been pretty good...a little loose in heavy rain though. Considered a gear swap to 3.45 just to get final drive ratio back near stock with the 32" outer diameter tires but not worth the cost. It's been a great vehicle, the only unacceptable issue IMO was a water pump failure at 33k miles which i caught early by ear...covered under warranty.
Are the bolt patterns the same on Durango and Charger?
 

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