What Fits a 4th Gen Ram?
November 23, 2020
So you own or you just got a 4th Gen Ram. Now it's time for the fun, you get to customize your truck and make it everything that you ever wanted. But what the heck is going to fit your truck? This guide will show 2 very different types of builds that may work for you based on your style with pictures to help you out as well.
This will show you the diversity that you can achieve with your build and help you to know what will fit on the truck. Also, be sure to check out our gallery to help you find the perfect fitment once you have an idea of what you want. Read on and check out the corresponding links to learn more.
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First things first, before you even get started on this build you are going to have to know the basics of your fitment. The bolt pattern for this generation of Ram 1500s is a 5x5.5; when you get wheels, be sure that they are compatible with this bolt pattern.
As far as a lift or leveling kit, you always want to make sure that is compatible with your year, make, and model as well. As you get bigger and bigger you can obviously fit larger aftermarket wheels or tires, just always make sure to read the largest size tire you can get with your lift. If you are unsure, then this what fits guide will help you along the way because all three of these builds are already proven to have worked.
A modest and badass build.
This truck is running the Anthem Off-Road Gunner 20x10 -24 in the gloss black finish.
The Anthem Off-Road Gunner is an aggressive wheel, with features like rivets, an 8-spoke design, and a full-center cap. This wheel is no joke. It is available in black milled and black gray finishes. The Gunner is a one-piece, alloy wheel.
These wheels will only cost you $1,048. And when you get a wheel and tire package you will save money on that package, get free shipping and get free mounting and balancing.
The tires seen here are the Mickey Thompson Baja ATZ P3 LT305/55R20 (Load E).
Mickey Thompson specializes in drag tires, street tires, all-terrain tires, and tire tubes. Established in 1963, Mickey Thompson wanted to produce tires that anyone would be happy to drive on. He was so sure of his brand that he put his name on it. Mickey Thompson’s values are to make driving better and faster, this has held true for them even today.
These tires will only cost you $1,448 for a set.
The suspension on this build is a Bilstein leveling kit, we do not have a leveling kit for Bilstein available right now, we do have some lifts though. We would recommend that you look into the ProRyde Leveling Kit.
Designing innovative automotive products runs in their veins, and has been an integral part of PRORYDE'S DNA since their inception. In fact, they've been producing and supplying suspension geometry components to some of the largest automotive distributors in North America, dating all the way back to 1980.
This leveling kit will only cost you $249! What a deal!
Just a little lift gives this truck a whole new look.
The wheels on this truck are the Vision Rocker 412 20x12 -51 in the chrome finish.
Vision creates beautiful, high-quality wheels for all types of vehicles. With tons of different designs and styles, you are bound to find a wheel that is just right for your needs and wants. On top of these great designs and high quality, vision wheels are also incredibly affordable.
The Vision Rocker is a unique wheel with a multi-spoke mesh design and exposed lug nuts. This wheel has tons of windows and makes for a very intricate design. The Rocker is available in many sizes and offsets for all types of and all types of builds. You can get the Rocker in black, chrome, gloss black, and gray-black finishes.
A set of these wheels will only cost you $1,180.
The tires on this build are the Federal Xplora RT 33x12.50R20LT.
A Taiwan-based manufacturer, Federal’s story begins in 1954. Federal is an award-winning tire company that works with innovation in mind. They make reliable tires for almost any vehicle and almost any occasion and are recognized for their unbeatable low prices on their tires.
Off-roaders and truck enthusiasts alike run Federals for the price and quality they present. The Federal Couragia MT has been consistently one of the most popular tires on the market.
A set of these tires will only cost you $976.
The suspension kit seen here is a Rancho 2.5-inch lift. We currently do not have this lift in stock. This truck is so large that even this small lift makes such a difference and the truck is even larger. We would recommend that you get the ReadyLift 2.5-inch lift.
ReadyLift entered the truck suspension market in 2006 with a goal to bring a quality suspension kit to the market to allow for bigger wheels and tires. Offering leveling kits, SST mild lift kits, and ReadyLift large lift kits. ReadyLift has a kit for any application, with sizes going all the way up to a 9" suspension lift for certain makes and models.
This lift will only cost you $700.