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post #1 of 7 Old 12-14-2010, 03:42 PM Thread Starter
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Bought My Toyos....

Alright, I decided to get the toyo's for a x-mas present. I went with the 37's. I haven't installed them yet but wanted to ask other toyo owners what method did you use to keep the tires from rubbing the inner fender? I do have the 2.5" leveling kit. I'm just unsure of the procedure used to get the clearance. I've read about tieing the fender back and heating it up to bend it. Wanted to see if I could get a little more detailed explanation on what's done. Thanks for any help.

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My ready lift leveling kit came with a bracket for each side that pulled them back really easy. The brackets would be really easy to make if you needed to or some zip ties. Give me your email and i will send you some photos of it tomorrow.
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I am in the same boat. I just got 37x13.5x18 toyo mt's. I have a 2.5" leveling kit with 2" add a leafs in the rear. Is anyone else running this set up... any rubbing on the radius arm???

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I had a set of 35's on my 2005 and they used zipties to hold the inner fender back.....



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Thanks man. That helped.

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I used bailing wire to hold mine back. I used a small bolt,nut and washer on the fender and an existing bolt on the frame. Holds them back just fine and the wire won't get britle and break over time like zipties.
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