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Old 09-01-2009, 07:19 PM   #1
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UCA hELP

So i currently have bilstein 5100s installed and didnt have too much rubbing. I have 285/60/18 tires and 18x9 wheels. I currently just installed the UCAs and am having alot more rubbing issues. Will everything eventually wear in and settle back to normal or will I have to do some cutting? and if i have to cut whats the best way to go about it? Thanks ahead for your help
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Old 09-01-2009, 07:37 PM   #2
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You're gonna have to trim. how much is the question. For instance, i have a DC PreRunner and i rub on the driver side fender in FRONT of the tire.

My buddy Kevin(FoxRacr17) has a DC 4wd and he rubs on the driver side fender BEHIND the tire. I have already trimmed mine, but still have some rub issues while in reverse and, depending on the weather-(hot) my tire will rub on easier turning, (cold) i can turn harder in reverse and get very minimal rub.

So i'm gonna trim more cuz i hate ANY rub and call it good. But yes, you'll need to trim if you don't wanna go scrapey scrapey.
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