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Unread 04-16-2017, 04:20 PM
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Only when its flexed out off road.
Longer bump stops should be all you need.
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Thanks and pardon for the rookie question but how would me replacing my current rear bumpstop to the 4.5" Rear bump stop fix my tire rubbing on my front flat fender? Or is there some other bumpstop that i need to also change on the front?
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Take a picture of your front bumpstops and new axle. I'm betting something was changed. You should not be getting rubbing up front. I've seen AEV lifts in their 2.5" and flat fenders used. Also post pictures where you are running.
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Thanks and pardon for the rookie question but how would me replacing my current rear bumpstop to the 4.5" Rear bump stop fix my tire rubbing on my front flat fender? Or is there some other bumpstop that i need to also change on the front?
Thought you were talking about the rear!

I have 37's with mopar flat tops with a 2.5" lift with zero rub, something is wrong with your setup
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