Originally Posted by ETaco23
yeah, I know if I had stock UCA's it would be fine. But I got a mid travel set-up and the TC UCA's bring the tire closer to the body mounts...
It sucks but atleast my allignment is dead on and it rides great. I geuss I just need to chop it.
But Im wondering if I do get more caster would it bring my tire foward enough to not rub the body mount?
I definitely noticed that my tires were moved forward in the wheel well when I upped my caster from 2.4 to 2.9*... but not much.
I have Camburg UCAs, they moved my wheels back in the well a bit by design. I have no idea how others are getting away without doing the cab mount chop... unless they never go over an uneven surface. but then again, my wheels are 4" BS so they naturally hit the mount harder (no experience with 4.5 BS).
I have mine currently chopped but not boxed. Like mentioned above, I just chopped mine when I had the time and painted the cuts for now until I have a Saturday to box them back in. After looking the cabmount over, and reading other's posts on TW, I'm not worried about leaving it un-boxed for a while, just wont go mashing on it too hard until I do.
Edit: Also, a while back, I saw a member on here, Maxamillion (sp?), was experimenting with upping his caster to 3.5* to help fit his 35s, maybe try asking him.