Wants A Torsen
Joined: Mon Sep 18th, 2017
Occupation: Design and Innovation
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Yeah I haven't had the chance to take the truck down the road but my issue was the 285/75R16s would rub the sidebiters on the frame and the front swaybar on both sides at full lock. The 1.5" spacers have stopped that and so far the only place that is rubbing is the driver side fender liner but like I said I still need to drive it around the block and see how it feels too.
You do know you can EASILY change full lock. Rack limiters. They are already on there, I'm going to take mine off to get tighter turning radius when I switch to an extended cab rack.
They are little plastic rings, they come in a VARIETY of thicknesses, chances are you only need like .150/.250 more to stop it in time. If you are a road driver and don't go to the grocery store a lot you will never notice. Or I just noticed you have an extended cab, you would have to do a K turn anyway at the local Kroger. Buy a pile of spacers, pull the boot back a little and put a bigger one on till it doesn't hit.
The rings have a split in them no need to take anything off, the boot most times slides right off don't cut the perma-clamp unless you have to.
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