These look like the 4th Gen Rebel wheels.I just picked up a set of the Ignition Edition wheels. Looking forward to getting them on the truck. They were wheels only so I need to put new tires on them. I don't like the looks of the TRX tires on the Rebel or other trucks. They look like large balloons to me, so I will go with a smaller tire but these wheels are limited edition wheels, so there shouldn't be too many others out them with them.
This makes me want a set. Looks goodThat’s what I have on my truck. The TRX tire is bigger then a 35x12.5, but that size will fit fine with a 2” strut spacer or a new coilover. The amount of people that can’t figure this out blows my mind. I’ve blasted this all over the forum and you guys still don’t believe it.
I put TRX rims on my Laramie with a 3.5 Readylift, everything is the same but the offset. Tires rub the upper control arms with TRX rims. I had to change the wheel studs, lug nuts and use a half inch spacers( 3/4" spacers that are hub centric are on the way ). Not a terrible job to do, an hour n a half tops. They sit flush with the flares. The extra 1/4" I get with the new spacers will make it just the way I want it.I'm looking to do the same,
My question is any vibration ?? on high speed ??
I want to install the TRX wheels on my laramie and yet waiting for the part numbers.
Many mentioned it might not fit as the hubs are different, I'm glad you did it, Let us know how it goes with the spacers as I tend to just the car offroading.
Carli's performance package with upper control arms will start preorder by next weekhopefully, I believe the TRX wheels should clear.
PS. they look amazing on your car & my plan is to paint the outer rock rims on blue as well.
I have 1/2" spacers n NO rub anywhere. I do have 3.5 readylift though.Reading that well rubbing is occurring with 1.25 to 2.0 spacers. By my calcs the minimum spacer needed to fully clear the control arm is 0.737, so 3/4. Do you guys think a smaller spacer would minimize or eliminate the well rub?
Tell that to the whole Jeep brood! I've had 1 1/2" spacers on the wife's Jku for 5 years and ZERO issues. I have 1/2" spacers and TRX rims on my Laramie Zero issuesThanks for the information and I agree. All TRX rims are 9Jx18 with an offset of 19mm. All 2019-2022 non-classic 1500s with the 5.7L have 8Jx18, 9Jx20 or 9Jx22 rims. All of which have an offset of 19mm as well. See link below. The TRX rims will fit no problem.
Ram 1500 2022 - Find out the correct alloy wheel fitment, PCD, offset and such specs as bolt pattern, thread size(THD), center bore(CB) for Ram 1500 2022www.wheel-size.com
Y’all can’t run 35x12 inch tires on these trucks without a lift. The maximum tire size is 33 inches. Not sure how wide we can get but I would stick real close to 11 inches. I wouldn’t run spacers between the wheel hub and the rim either. No vehicles are designed for that.
Bringing this up again, sorry if I misread earlier.
I have '22 Laramie Sport, with night edition package. 9x22 ET19 wheels. 285/45/22 tires.
TRX wheels are 9x18 ET19, so should be no issue with fitment especially using 285 wide tires.
Did someone note hub sizes from TRX to Laramie are different? Confirm for me please?
If I'm lifted in front and use 285/75/18 tires shouldn't be an issue right? Also just considering a Mopar 2" lift with front spacers to level (or not)
Not planning to use the 325 wide tires for sure, just double checking a few issues people have experienced. Thanks.
Did the 1.5” spacer resolve ur issue of hitting the inner fender well and metal tab? I have 2” spacers and want to try 1.5 wheel spacers to see if it’ll stop the clearance issue.
I used 3/4" spacers with Readylift upper control arms with TRX wheels & tires ZERO rubbing anywhere.Reading that well rubbing is occurring with 1.25 to 2.0 spacers. By my calcs the minimum spacer needed to fully clear the control arm is 0.737, so 3/4. Do you guys think a smaller spacer would minimize or eliminate the well rub?
Love the user name. Matches the truck. Also you are using the British spelling. Extra different. I love take offs. Had a guy with a brand new Rubicon JL take off his rims and wheels. I jumped on that as well as his shocks and cool springs for my LJ. Have yet to install the suspension. It was like $50 bucks! (Wheels we’re more but still a great dealI finally wash my dirty Truck
Just bought a 19 Rebel. Looking todo same thing with TRX wheels. Interested to know how yours have been after having them on awhile. My truck is all stock, coil spring suspension. I don’t want to level or use spacers. Will I have to drop down to a 285/75 or a 295/70 tire to make it work?I was able to get these Ram TRX wheels and tires running on my 2019 Rebel (with no lift or leveling kit). As others have stated, I had to remove the hard plastic mud flats on the front and use an exacto knife to cut out some of the wheel liner. I also bent the small medal bracket (that the mud flap screwed into) back into the wheel well. Only issue I have is the TPMS sensor threshold that keeps telling me I need to put 55 lbs in my front tires and 45 in my rear tires. The TRX tires are designed to run 38 lbs of air pressure. Anyone find a way to reset the sensor threshold to 38 lbs?
What tire size?My Bora 1.25” spacers arrived today. The tires stick out a bit more than I thought they would. I had rubbing on both sides, a little on the passenger, a lot on the drivers. Some massaging with the heat gun fixed it for now. View attachment 92805 View attachment 92806 View attachment 92807