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Old 09-09-2011, 01:57 AM   #1
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Rubbing with Stock Tires and Stock Height?

On my '11 DCSB, when I'm reversing and at full lock, if I happen to roll over a hole or hit a speed bump the tires rub on something. Not sure what.

Is this normal? I wouldn't think so. Its full stock.
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:33 AM   #2
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i do it in my first gen, stock height, stock tire size, and no offroad bumpers or anything weighing it down, wtf???
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Old 09-09-2011, 02:43 AM   #3
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Yeah, I still have the mudflaps on and want them to stay on. Good rock chip protection. It's also why I bought a "4x4". LOL
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yea, granted backspacing is out a 1/4 inch, but shouldnt thathelp???
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Yeah, I still have the mudflaps on and want them to stay on. Good rock chip protection. It's also why I bought a "4x4". LOL
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u bought a 4x4 for mudflaps?

eh, trim them 3" because if u actually use ur truck like u say ur going to, u will lose them.


buy some sliders

u should also look into better suspension, the factory TRD offroad setup sucks.

as do the tires.

X2 we pull the mud flaps off the trucks when we hit the trail (Those that have them) or they wont have any at the end or the trail.
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or they just scratch the piss out of the truck. Like someone went over the area there touching with sand paper.....
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do u still have those long assed mudflaps on?
x2

My mudflaps ALWAYS scrape the stupid speed bumps here.

And off roading, they scrape on the ground..
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Mine did the same thing with 265/70R16 BFG Rugged Trails. Full lock and compressed shocks. Now with slightly larger tires(265/75R16) it's a little more pronounced.
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