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Can 35’s run smooth on a leveled 2019 1500

Cgustitus

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I’m weighing my options currently and looking for some input from anyone further into the process. I have the 2019 1500 Big Horn, I’m going to level it with the Ready Lift leveling kit with the control arms instead of spacers. I know the truck will fit 35’s but my question is, what are the downfalls or secondary effects of putting 35’s on? What kind of hit will the MPG take, will it require any speedometer calibration, etc.? I’m looking at either the Goodyear Wrangler DuraTracs, or the Atturo XTs. I was looking at 33’s but would like to explore the option of 35’s if anyone could provide any input good or bad on the subject. Thank you.
 

Alex.bloom

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I had 35s on my 4th gen, lost about 5mpg (13 mpg average) and yes I would recommend calabration with 35s, also what wheel offset are you planning on running? It its say a negative 44 you may have to do some plastic trimming on a level. Also if with aggressive tread you will get quite a bit of road noise
 

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