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So you’ve got a at4 which is already higher and then u add another 2” of lift? And u say those tires r rubbing bad?? At the dealership where I bought my slt the manager was driving a stock slt with factory rims with 285/60-20 ko2. No rubbing, no issues. Ur willing to cut up and butcher a $60K+ vehicle just so u can run those stupid ass wide rims? Faak I wish I had ur money!

It is definitely the offset on those rims causing the issue.

I’m planning on putting the same size tires on my AT4 (with 1.5” level) but with +0 wheels and don’t anticipate having issues like this.
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The rim is a -25. Wish I went with less off set. But there was not alot of AT4s on the road when I ordered. I got the truck Jan 2019. I was look for info but there wasn't alot out there. More did tires but not the rims. Lot of new info out now.

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On 7/30/2019 at 9:38 AM, Bluerado23 said:

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315/70/17 KO2
17x9.5 Black Rhino Roku +12
2 inch ready lift level
Slight rubbing on inner part of mud flap.

Your truck looks perfect! Would this setup work for a stock Trail Boss? Have you done any trimming to try to eliminate the rubbing?

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Your truck looks perfect! Would this setup work for a stock Trail Boss? Have you done any trimming to try to eliminate the rubbing?

Thanks! I would assume so because front end sits as high as a trail boss but I have no rear lift like one does.
It rubbed only on the mud flap. What I did was cut the inner half off, left the outer piece on to eliminate the rubbing. The front was just fine


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Your truck looks perfect! Would this setup work for a stock Trail Boss? Have you done any trimming to try to eliminate the rubbing?

Thanks! I would assume so because front end sits as high as a trail boss but I have no rear lift like one does.
It rubbed only on the mud flap. What I did was cut the inner half off, left the outer piece on to eliminate the rubbing. The front was just fine


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On 7/15/2019 at 6:42 PM, BlackLS said:

20x10 -18 Fuel Mavericks

6mm Bora hub and wheel centric spacers

Nitto Ridge Grapplers 35x12.5

2" Trail Boss Lift + 4" BDS Lift = 6" Total

Mud Flap bracket delete

Tied back the front of fender liner

 

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Any pics of the bracket delete?

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On 7/15/2019 at 2:09 AM, GJM32387 said:

Fuel Rebel 20x10 -18 Offset
No spacers
Nitto Ridge Grappler 295/55/20
Factory Trailboss Suspension
Slight Rub on mudflap on full lock.

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Nice truck. Do you have any pix from the front or rear to show how far out the wheels go past the fenders?

 

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Well.. I tried to join this topic this morning.  Went to put on some Hostile Fury's.  The new caliper would not let them fit.  We expected that so we had some 6mm spacers.  Still did not allow the wheel to turn with these.  I'm not wanting to go with spacers in the first place, let alone something wider than what we tried.  I guess I need to pick a different wheel.

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