Billy’s Build: Rubi Two

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No rubbing on the front. I did remove the steel bumper wings, tested at full articulation (to the bump stop) and cycled my steering lock-to-lock. I think 13.50”W tires will require A minimal amount more offset, but the 12.50”W tires work great on the MOPAR wheels.
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I think I may step up to a 1.75” spacer from my current 1.5” spacer. I do get light rubbing in front at full lock and articulation.
 
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I think I may step up to a 1.75” spacer from my current 1.5” spacer. I do get light rubbing in front at full lock and articulation.
You’re on stock wheels?
 

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Yes. Stock wheels. Been trying to keep it “stock” looking and I’ve pulled it off quite well so far.
 
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