I have a 1997 Chevy z71 with a 3" body lift
with 2.5" leveling kit and 2" blocks on the
rear just had a new set of 315/75R16 tires
put on my stock wheels and while turning
sharp front tires are rubbing the frame any
info would help thanks
Perhaps you should go down a size in tires. 305's or 70 series tires.
downsize the front , or maybe summit racing or off road shop has a lug bolt adapter for a wider track for the front hubs?
NEVER run mixed sized tires on a 4x4.
Had 35's on my Mickey Thompson classics 15x10's and they didn't rub i just wanted to go back to a factory look I think it's got something to do with the rim offset also heard I could turn the torsion bars down some and it would slow the tires to sit further out and they would clear the frame I don't really want to do wheel spacers
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