What Is the Biggest Tire Size for a Stock 2005 Dodge 1500?


The 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 is a half-ton, full-size, pickup truck manufactured by Chrysler as part of the vehicle's third generation of production. Its rear-wheel SRT-10 trim has the biggest stock tire size.

SRT-10 Tire Size

  • The SRT-10 trim of the 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 has 22-inch tires. They comprise a 305 millimeter (mm) width, with its height equal to 40 percent of the width. Additionally, it has an R speed rating, which means that it cannot go beyond 106 miles per hour (mph) without sustaining damage. Thus, the tire specifications of the SRT-10 are written as 305/40R22.

Laramie Tire Size

  • The next-largest tire size for the 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 is on the Laramie trim, which is the top-level model as a four-wheel truck and second only to the SRT-10 with two-wheel drive. The Laramie has a tire specification of 265/70R17; it has 17-inch tires with a 265 mm width, a height equal to 70 percent of the width and an R speed rating.

Other Tire Sizes

  • The tires of the other 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 trims have the same speed rating as the SRT-10 and the Laramie, as well as sharing the latter's width and height-to-width ratio. They have a smaller width, though, at 245 mm.

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