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    Questions: Satellite; 16" Wheels

    We have a 303RLS on order. I have seen some discussion about switching to 16" wheels. What advantages does this provide, or what negatives does it offset? Do I need to make this request prior to factory production? We will be pulling w/ F250 Crew Cab diesel 4x4

    Second question: has anyone attempted to do a rooftop sattelite install on a Reflection? Advice/pros/con's??

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    Re: Questions: Satellite; 16" Wheels

    From reading other forums it appears that people have less tire problems with having 16 inch wheels over 15s. To have the 16s there is a different bracket that needs to go on the reflection to be able to have them. So it should be done by the factory.

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    Factory won't install 16's. I tried.
    Nick and Nancy
    Abbotsford BC
    2011 Ram 3500
    2015 Reflection 303RLs

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    Just ensure that the factory does the mod that will provide clearance for 16" wheels. I think most coming off the line now have this change.

    We wanted 16" so we could run LT tires. Made that decision after reading TONS of tire threads on another forum.

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