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Looking good and only had to turn it up 1.5" to keep the passenger side from rubbing at all even with quite a bit of suspension compression. the drivers side rubbed a bit on the rear inner fender plastic but the hot knife and a bit of contour work and that is clear too. Plenty of frame clearance all around so that makes me very happy. The alighment was right on for the left and out so little on the right that they told me it was not necessary to mess with it right now. I will have that done when I replace the upper "A" arms to get a bit better ball joint angle. These are Toyo 285/75R18 AT's and measure 35" x 11.5" mounted. if I had went with the 12.5" wide tire I think I would have had a bit of frame rubbing.
My Hunt'n truck is progressing SLOWLY
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you going to get some Cognito UCA's? I've got a set on my truck and they ride a lot better! really helps out the lifted and leveled trucks.
I cant wait to get my 38x13.5x18 toyo MT's
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