Originally Posted by Mike94
Much appreciated redranger...I will hunt for 15 inch rims for starters...then do some homework on backspacing and lift kits...I want a smooth ride and no rubbing...I have heard of speedometer issues and hope to stay away from that as well...if have to choose between a good looking truck or an exact speedometer the truck wins though
If you run bigger tires than stock, your speedometer is going to be off. There's no way around that. The more you deviate from the stock tire size, the more your speedometer will be off.
The best way to fix that is to buy a tuner. Few hundred bucks to fix your speedometer, set better shift points in your computer, and gain a touch of horsepower and torque. Will also be a critical thing to have if you decide to regear at some point down the road. Well worth the cost.