Originally Posted by Mass
That was my first thought. They're already out a good amount.
It's a pretty good bite on the springs. I can hold the Jeep still at idle and in drive just by turning the wheel.
Wide tires on "narrow" wheels cause a lot of sidewall bulge. You can address rubbing by going to wider wheels with the same backspacing, or adding spacers to decrease the backspacing, or going to a wheel with less backspacing, or running a tire with a smaller section width, or setting the stops out further. Your choice.
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