Originally Posted by desertgoose
Back spacing is the measurement between the inside of the rim to where the middle of the rim mounts against the brake rotors. Therefore, more backspacing brings the wheel inwards more and less backspacing pushes them out past the fenders more. This is assuming that the rim with different backspacing is the same width.
I mentioned the size and backspacing I have, no issues driving on the road but the rear tires barely rub the bottom of the fender wells when off roading.
Also, I have no lift whatsoever.
Ok awesome, thank you. I am hoping to get started with it in a few weeks, 3 years of stock is long enough I think.
Last year at college someone did a hit and run on the right side of my bumper, and I just popped it out until I got around to replacing it. Looks pretty hideous. What are some quality and reliable companies for jeep front bumpers, looking for tow hooks and a bull bar with possible winch in the future.
Sorry for all the questions, want to learn quickly without making same mistakes I did in past car projects.
Sorry to ask a lot of question right