Right, the travel will be enough to clear in most cases unless you are at full flex on a trail, the edge that is hits is extremely close to clearing it as is. Personally this bumper is marketed as an Overlanding setup, not a rock crawler, it is to be expected. ARB and tons of other vendors offer bumpers that are not mid width that are intended for crawling them rocks and getting full articulation but you lose the fog light mounts and the lines that connect with the fenders. I wanted to list this info for others who plan on getting it & what "I PLAN ON DOING", allot of the advertisements about this bumper are not as it arrives. They said it works 37's and while it does it can rub. There are supposed to be brackets for the fog lights but they only work with the Australian fog lights that are different from the ones in the states. I overnighted these lights and then came to find that the connectors were different, which was a pain since I already had the Baja fog light kit conversion that uses the stock plugs and even the stock switch to activate the Squadron pro's. I have wired in the ARB Air compressor, squadrons on the A-pillars, and had to rewire the rear backup sensors for the aftermarket bumper in the back, and while I don't shy away from rewiring I ended up making custom brackets from a combination of the ones that came with the baja kit and ARB bumper. There are supposed to be cut outs for rigid lights that point down in front of each wheel, these cut outs are not there at all. So I like to list this kind of stuff for people who are interested in this bumper and what I plan on doing with my build in the future.How does the lift fix it? A taller lift utilizing the same tires and same amount of bumpstop will still hit in the same places. It just has to travel a little bit more to hit it.
Options to fix are increased bumpstop or cutting of conflicting parts. Lift height won’t do it.