TheLlama said:Your guys are nuts lol :crazy: I think i will hack at it a bit more and see if I can get it to stop, but i am currently flat and may just crank it about 3/4 inch but im already rubbing my gay shocks at full turn but i think some new ranchos will cure that. Superlift shocks are really fat.
Well my issue was a bad alignment, the tires were tracking fine but the truck wasn't in full alignment. What are the backspacing of your rims. I used o run 315x75xR16's and they rubbed the shocks as well. What i do actually is try to not let my tires do a full turn, I just remember how far my wheel can go :crazy: . Also in 4wd the rubbing is worse, or maybe it just has mud between the shock and the tire. Either way i would crank slightly and do an add-a-leaf in the rear, little extra height is worth it, just not extreme anglesTheLlama said:At full turn, I can catch the side of the back shock with my tires. Alot like what you have there but not quite as bad. I am looking for new shocks anyway and want to get something skinner if at all possible. Did you crank any kyle and if so how much, You have a wider tire and wider rim so im sure if i did what you did i wont have the problem anymore. Im not gonna wheel much cause I already got a ticket for it, and the local cops seem to hate me. Also, dont mind me asking but why'd you get your exhaust tips cut off?
the escizzy :head: :worship:TheLlama said:Thanks alot guys, i know all about the cranking and its effects but i think an inch to inch and a quarter wont hurt anything at all, and i dont wheel my truck hard anyway. Ive got other toys for breaking.