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will 35"s rub?

i have a set of 35" tires to go on my truck and i was wondering if they will rub if my truck isnt leveled?
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i have 35's on mine and they rub with a 2.5" leveling kit. they rub at full turn to the left only. finally trimmed the plastic away and all is good now.

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yeah my truck is stock height and I have 31 in tires, they are very close to rubbing. id imagine just a little trimming and you would be good to go

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Yes, they will rub. I have an add a leaf up front and they rub on both sides. Little bit of trimming on the inner plastic fender fixed it.

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I added a leaf to my red truck, have 35's on it, and they still rub... not bad, but they do rub a little. I took a heat gun to the plastic inner fender and was able to push it back a little to gain some clearance, and trimmed the back edge of the front bumper, it's smacked and bent so I was not worried about it, and it's not noticeable anyway, looks good. I'll live with a minor rub to have the look... makes the truck look tuff. The pic in my sig is with 285's, not the 35's, FYI.

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I have them on with a 2 inch leveling kit and don't have any rubbing at all



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