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05-26-2011 10:03 PM
gotwood03 Im putting on the spacers tomorow. As for the wheels I kind of like my factory wheels. I may try to make my own disconects with a little offset to avoid rubbing the tire. I only need about 1/2" to clear the tires at full lock.
05-26-2011 09:52 PM
Owen_TJ get new rims to fix your rubbing problem...pick up a set of 15x8's with about a 3.5" backspace

as for the springs, yes a 1" spacer would fix that
05-26-2011 09:40 PM
KawiTJ a spacer for the front springs would level it out, for the price of wheel spacers, you can get steel wheels unless you dont like them...
05-25-2011 08:27 PM
gotwood03
Help leveling 4" lift

I installed a 4" zone lift last weekend. It went great and looks even better. I did find two problems. I have the factory wheels and my 33 12.5 rub the swaybar link bolts at full turn. Should I put wheel spacers or my other thought is the front sits about 1" or so lower than the rear If I put 1" spacers in the front springs could this fix it?

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