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Tire rub help!

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by CHRISTINAJV88, Jun 4, 2018.

  1. Jun 4, 2018 at 9:47 AM
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    CHRISTINAJV88

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    I just installed this 4 inch ready lift kit and 35 inch tires on my truck the ready lift kit said that it would fit 35s I have also installed some wheel spacers which has helped not rubbing on the frame but I am now having rubbing on the body? any suggestions I am not in a position to go down to a smaller tire I dont have the funds for that at this moment.

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    Body mount chop?
     
  3. Jun 4, 2018 at 1:00 PM
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    What offset are the wheels and how big is the spacer?
     
  4. Jun 4, 2018 at 1:43 PM
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    If tires are rubbing on the body mount (I assume), then the wheels/tires are pushed out too far. Specs that parker mentioned will be helpful. Can you also tell us how wide the wheels are?
     
  5. Jun 5, 2018 at 10:01 PM
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    They are 35×10 20 inch wheels -24 offset
     
  6. Jun 5, 2018 at 10:24 PM
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    -24 and spacer? Seems like too much. Have you tired just the wheels and tires without the spacers?
     
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  7. Jun 5, 2018 at 10:34 PM
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    Yes only put spacer on yesterday took them off today it looks as if im gonna have to modify my truck a little bit I didnt want to but that or go bigger to a six inch lift which i cant afford at the moment
     
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  8. Jun 5, 2018 at 10:42 PM
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    Have you looked into a CMC? That could save you your troubles. Check this out and see if it could help areas of your rubbing.

    https://www.tundras.com/threads/front-body-mount-chop-bmc.2414/
     
  9. Jun 6, 2018 at 12:42 AM
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    Looks awesome! This concerns me because I just got the RC 3" lift level kit , 18x9 with +18 offset and Nitto Trail Grappler 35x12:50x18's. Im gonna be super pissed if mine rub! I told every single person if its gonna rub Im not buying it! I. Not chopping jack shit on my truck! They all said over and over and over it will not rub Sir. Im gonna ask you 1 more time ARE YOU ABSO FUCKING LUTELY SURE?????? NO SIR THEY WILL NOT. I'm about to find out.
     
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    You are going to probably be close with the true 35's. Hopefully all yours may be is just removing mud flaps, bending skid plate and moving the front fender liner.
     
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    the OP has a -24 and you have a +18, you'll be fine
     
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    I have the ready lift 3/1 kit and just got 295/70/18 tires with +20 offset wheels and i rubbed the front mud flaps so i had to remove those. I rub in reverse at almost full turn but i can live with that. 35's, you're gonna get some rub. My kit is "supposed to fit 35's" as well and mine are like 34.5".

     
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    Well if I rub I will will update you and the people misinforming the hell out of all of us!
     
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    Let us know. Cause I've been told opposite. No chop, no trim to truck need 6" of lift. Can be done with 3 but CMC needed.
     
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    I did as 4" lift with 35s (34.8 as i remember) 20 offset. Did not have to do the body mount chop, you can during alignment offset the lower a-arm foward just enough to clear with no rub. Had to bend the Fwd plastic wheel well mounts (1/4") then add a little heat to the plastic for another 3/16 or so for no rub, easy to do. Then a rubber mallet on the skid plate. As i remember.
     
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    It’s still going to rub at full lock
     
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    It's gonna rub
     
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    I am running king coilovers with tc ucas (4 deg caster) on method standards 18x9 +18 wrapped in 285/75/18 Toyo RT's and I did NOT do the CMC because it does not rub. Trimmed the front fender liner a bit and removed the mud guards. Front lift height is right at or just below 3 inches.
     
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    285/75 isn't a true 35 either. True 35's will need the CMC. Or that's my understanding. Kinda like stock can fit 285/65 but a 33" will need trimming.
     
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    both 285/75/18 and 35x12.5x18 are specified as 34.8 diameter by Toyo.
     
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    Interesting. I know some say that the tires are certain size. And then the tire calculator says it should be this tall, but the different company websites say smaller or taller than that. Guess it's like cloths...close enough. I am 3 different size shirts depending on brand bought. Tires no different then? :notsure:
     
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    They just round it to the closest tire size. Otherwise there will be too many different sizes. But the major difference between the 285 and 35x12.5 is the width. That extra 1.3” will make a huge difference in rubbing.
     
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    Rubbing is good as long as someone elese is doing it.:boink:
     
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    Rasied hell today! Sure as shit I was informed incorrectly. I do need a 4-6" at a cost of $1,050 and is a massive undertaking according to RC and TPM. There is no way in hell I am going through all that right now. My shop is full throttle hell right now and Im short staffed and under the gun. Calling tomorrow to say swap them for 33x1250x18 slap in the 3inch RC lift and throw in the towel. Not gonna give myself a stroke over this shit. I dont chop chop my vehicles. I will do a 6" lift and go bananas on my new Dodge Ram 3500 Big Horn Turbo Diesel next year when I get it and take that truck to my grave. LoL
     
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    Did i mention stroking good as long as lade da da?
     

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