All my buddies ran that setup in Highschool with mud tires and never had issues so they probably only rub cuz the all terrains are a little wider, can't be rubbing to much. Maybe take a buffing wheel to the frame and remove all the coating and see if it still rubs.hey i have a 1997 gmc z71 and i put new torsion keys and an add-a-leaf and a 3inch body on it....its sitting on 315x75x16 bfg all terrains and they are rubbing the frame when i turn hard....what are my options to keep the tires from rubbing my frame?
Crankin the keys will pull the tires in more and rub the frame more. op needs spacers or lower Offset wheelsI can't believe it's rubbing with that combo :think: Did you just install the keys without cranking? Maybe you can give them 3-4 turns each and get that clearance.
He's rubbin frame bc hes running stock wheels.buddy of mine had the same setup on a 95 ext cab and ran 16x10s with no rubbing, something isnt right, i had it on my old 01 with 16x8s with no rubbing
stated above buddy of mine had a 95 with 315/75/r16s and ran 16x10s, when we lifted his truck with the 3 inch body lift he ran the 315s on stock rims and they never rubbed, and his was a 1995 gmc sierra 1500 ext cab z-71buddy of mine had the same setup on a 95 ext cab and ran 16x10s with no rubbing, something isnt right, i had it on my old 01 with 16x8s with no rubbing
Crankin the keys will pull the tires in more and rub the frame more. op needs spacers or lower Offset wheels
He's rubbin frame bc hes running stock wheels.
Agreed..the stock wheels will rub frame worse than any x8 or x10. The cranked torsion bars (keys) are prob the issue, take out your keys, on stock wheels you can stuff 315's with a 3" body lift without keys or cranked torsion bars on a 88-98 body style.Dude ur not gonna rub frame With a x10 the tire will be pushed out further. No truck is the same. Regardless if ur friend rubs or not the op needs wheel spacers or a lower offset wheel