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post #1 of 14 Old 05-11-2012, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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35's rub at full lock on stock wheels

What can I do to improve my steering since I cant go anywhere near full lock with my tires like this??? Spacers or what?
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A sawzaw fixed my problem now I run 36s but I am on 2inch spacers to(to fit SD size wheels)

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But what do I sawzall?
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If is scrubing the fenders like mine did cut till it stops doing that

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I think its actually rubbing the front leaf springs
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get smaller tires? how wide are your tires? more offset is your only option

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315/75/16's I think? How do I get more offset, spacers or bigger wheels?
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315/75/16's I think? How do I get more offset, spacers or bigger wheels?
Spacers or wheels that have more offset

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Well wheels are out of the question... what kind of spacers and where from?
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Be cautious when going with spacers, especially if you take the truck off-road at all.
I've seen some messed up hubs on rigs alot lighter than a Powerstroke.

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