I've been running new tires and wheels for a week and they have rubbed twice that I know of. It has only happened when the wheel is completely locked to one side and backing down my driveway with a little speed. There's a bit of a grade to my drive. Is this a big deal? Is there anything I can do about it, or just take care and don't lock the wheel all the way over.
I'm running an ICON stage 2 and a body mount chop was done.
The rubbing is happening at the body mounts, not the UCA.
The wheels are Fuel Octanes. (17x8.5 with 4.5" backspace)
I have the Icon Billet UCA installed.
I did have the alignment done when the new wheels and tires were installed. The UCA were done at the same time.
This time when I had the alignment done, I didn't get the spec sheet saying where everything ended up. Although, before the new UCA, I was never able to get the caster in spec.
If I put in more positive caster on the alignment, will the steering feel too 'light'? It's already a little light for my liking at 75 mph.
Not sure how aggressive the BMC was. I don't know what to compare it to. When I have daylight tomorrow, I'll take a few pictures and post them. I really didn't think any BMC was going to be necessary with these tires. I saw several posts with Nittos in the same size and there weren't any problems.
Too scared to mod yet..... Not anymore hehe, OME lift Kit, Camburgs Balljoint UCAs, Full Ricochet Skid Plates, All Pro Sliders, Toy Oufitters LCAs and rear UCAs, Luna Dual Battery, Mickey Thompson's 35", 1" Body Lift, FJToyman Shock Skids, All Pro Lower link Skids, Boztec Dif Skid, Exp1 front Diamond Bumper, Exp1 Rear Bumper with Carrier, 12k Superwinch, Ricochet Lighted Air Dam
Mine rub too. I have almost the same setup. 17" Fuel Octane wheels and Nitto Trail Grapplers 295/70 R17s. I have an OME setup with the body mount chop aswell. I have taken it to a couple of places and they both said it looks to be rubbing on the stock UCA.
I plan to replace my UCAs once funds magically appear into my account.
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