|12-29-2006 07:28 PM|
|MouthfulOfGrass||Thanks for the link. That's useful and helpful info.|
|12-29-2006 06:44 PM|
there's a good picture of what the steering stops look like.
|12-29-2006 06:02 PM|
Only other option is as the others say and get new wheels.
|12-29-2006 03:31 PM|
|bluvikng||Get rims that are backspaced 3.75"s and you won't have any more issues.|
|12-29-2006 12:29 PM|
The tires are rubbing on the frame rails that run back to the fire wall. as long as I dont make a hard turn they wont rub but if I pull hard im hitting everytime. thats the only spot they are rubbing though. thanks for the help and the welcome
|12-28-2006 06:47 PM|
|4Jeepn||Longer Bumstops if they are hitting fenders.|
|12-28-2006 06:35 PM|
what he said ^^ we need more info. if its rubbing when turning then you need wheels with less backspacing or spacers.
if its rubbing the fenders then you could get bumpstop extensions (if you don't already have them) or you could get a little more lift like a 1" BL like you mentioned.
|12-28-2006 06:24 PM|
Where are they rubbing? Do they rub on your control arms when you are turning? Do they rub on the fenders when you are wheeling? There are things you can do to correct anyone of those things. Just need to know what's going on.
And welcome to the board.
|12-28-2006 06:12 PM|
Help me out please
How are you, Im running 32 X 11.5 with a 3in suspension lift in a 97 Sport and they are rubbing. Im thinking about either going with a small body lift so I can get a taller tire but somethin in the 10.5 range. Is this going to help me out. I just dont want any rubbing and I dont want to go smaller. Anyone know anything?