What Fits a 5th Gen RAM?
November 11, 2020
So you own or you just got a 5th Gen Ram. Now it's time for the fun, you get to customize your pickup truck and make it everything that you ever wanted. But what the heck is going to fit your truck?
This guide will 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 ARKON OFF-ROAD Wheels 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 5th Gens is a 6x5.5” so 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 these builds have already proven to have worked.
The wheels on this build are the ARKON OFF-ROAD Crown Series Victory. The Victory is a one-piece, alloy wheel with a multi-spoke true or proper directional design and exposed lug nuts. The size seen here is 22x12 -51 and the finish is a gorgeous gloss red with machined spoke windows and a removable chrome accent ring.
These wheels add so much to a build and they look fantastic. When you package your wheels with a tire package, you will save money on that package, get free shipping and free mounting and balancing. We also offer 0% APR financing as well to ensure that you have the best possible shopping experience. These wheels will only cost $2,000 for a set.
The tires seen here are the General Grabber UHP is a size 32.8”x12”. General Tires was initially founded in 1915 and based out of Akron, Ohio. They offer tires for cars, crossovers, sport utility vehicles, light trucks, and even commercial trucks. They strive to produce tires that are durable, high-performance and that will give you a comfortable ride.
They are a huge competitor in the tire industry with their value-oriented prices. The Grabber UHP is known for its excellent handling, quiet ride, and traction in wet and dry conditions. It has a v-shaped directional tread, second-generation silica tread compound, and increased tread depth. These tires will only cost you $860 for a set.
This build is running a MotoFab leveling kit which we currently do not have in stock, however, we would recommend that you check out the ProRyde Leveling Kit. ProRyde has been Designing innovative automotive products since its 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 is adjustable and will give your truck a little more ground clearance which helps for performance and will make your truck look great too. This kit will cost you only $249.
This truck has the ARKON OFF-ROAD Lincolns in a 20x10 -25 here. This goes to show how diverse your build can be. This build has a larger lift with a smaller wheel and about the same size tire which gives it a completely different look than the previous build.
The Lincoln is show-stopping and one of ARKON OFF-ROADs most popular wheels. With 8 thick, beefy spokes, that demand attention, and exposed lugnuts this wheel is truly one of a kind.
This wheel has such great versatility that it will match almost any build and any vehicle. This is a true or proper directional, alloy wheel and it is available in chrome and black milled which is seen here. This set will cost you only $1,252.
These tires seen here are the Yokohama Geolandar MT G003 in a size 33”x12.5”. For over a century Yokohama has been a world leader in the development of incredible tire designs and technology.
Always working towards being the most advanced in the industry, while keeping their customers in mind first. Based out of Tokyo, Japan, and made in the USA. Yokohama wants to give drivers better control on the road for a safer and more enjoyable driving experience.
The lift on this truck is the Street Rays, again we do not currently have this lift. However one of our favorites is the Zone 3.5-inch lift. Zone Offroad is a budget-friendly lift kit option under the same name as the BDS and Fox suspension family.
Offering leveling kits, lift kits, and Fox Shock upgrades. Zone enters the market at an affordable price and gives you the upgrade options to get any desired options and quality that you're looking for. This lift is a great size for this large truck, it adds just enough to this build. This lift only costs $729.