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Rubbing off-road, yes. On the road, no rubbing after I took off the OEM mud flaps. I'm not running spacers but I have the adjustable UCA's. They're on the stock setting still, but I do plan to add more caster. Even the rear rubs pretty bad when stuffing the tires when wheeling.Any rubbing? Are you running wheel spacers/adapters? Set up looks great!
Sometimes it's so bad I really gotta hit the gas to keep moving forward, lol. I hope I don't rip my fender lining out. In hindsight, I kinda wish I went a little higher with the lift. I also wish I went with 35's...Gotcha. I need to crank mine up a little too. At full lock on some dips Offroading I’m running as well and I hate hearing it. I’ve also got a -12 offset on my wheels.
OME 887 coils set to .85Looks great, I'm a fan also.
I had planned on doing exactly this, since I got some 16" TRD Pro wheels for cheap.
Can you tell me more about your Bilstein/OME lift?
OME 887 coils set to .85
Light Racing UCA’s on stock setting
Bilstein 5100’s front and rear
Dakar HD leaf pack replacement
There’s nothing I don’t like except for the taco lean. The front could be a little higher too but I’m fine with it. I really abuse this suspension and it works well.Thanks for the info Tyler!
Is there anything you don't like about your set up (other than the lean I read about)?
I'm asking because I realize people get lifts for different reasons.
I'd personally like something to give me a little more ground clearance, looks good aesthetically, and most importantly - will ride good both on and off road.