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countryguy1717

Rc uca rubbing?

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Anyone had any issues with the rough country uca SKU: 19401 rubbing with 275/70r18 tires?

 

I know its a different body but my 07 nbs with an rc lower 2" level only rubbed a little on the fender with the same size tires (duratracs) tires and never on the stock uca.

 

when I got my 14 Sierra I went with a motofab 2" lower and bilstein 5100 at the first setting  so about 2.5" leveling but I did the rc uca because I thought it'd be good at 2.5" of leveling. My stock 275/55r20s (20x9 24 offset) rubbed a little at full lock. I went with milestar Patagonia mt (figured I'd give it a shot) 275/70r18 on 18x9 with 18mm offset thinking it'd be a hair farther out from the uca. I dont get rub on the wheel well but I do on full lock.

 

any input?

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I had RC UCAs on my 15' Sierra with Boss Coilovers at 3".  Without wheel spacers, my stock 20" wheels would contact that apex on the front of the arm (metal to metal)... I ended up replacing the arms with Cognito, dropped it back down to 2" and there is no rubbing anywhere.

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