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Ok, here's what I got. 28 inch mudbugs that are 10 inches wide in the front with 1.5 inch wheel spacers and a racertech lift. I even have the highlifter wheel well mod. When I hit a bump with the wheel cut she still rubs. It is getting worse too so I know front springs are my last hope, I love my silver springs too but can't run it like this. I seen that racertech has a silver set of front springs, anyone have any exprience with them? I know highlifter makes them too but I don't want to get into painting springs but if I have to I have to I guess...anyone have any other solutions for my rubbing situation?? Thanks
 

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Remove the wheel spacers.

You can experiment with stacks of washers behind the wheel to simulate different thickness spacers, but DON'T ride it that way, just for fitment testing.
 

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Yep. It wont rub if you removes the spacers. Im running 29.5's, Highlifter 2" lift and springs and was still rubbin til I removed the front spaces. I added the Highlifter fender kit and then put the 1-1/2" spacers back on. Perfect now.
 

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Are you running with your sway bars disconnected? Can make a big dif. too. Obviously not a permanant fix but for the mean time....
 

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Yea my front sway bar is unhooked, I am gonna try to take those spacers off and see how I make out before I order some springs I'll keep yas posted!
 

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So I took the spacers off the front and now it doesn't rub and it doesn't seem to handle any different either so for now it seems like a cheap fix.
 

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Didn't really notice a difference with the steering much...
 
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