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1world1love

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Thanks. I’m really happy with how it has turned out. The bumper is from Dissent -

 
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New wheels!!! Looking at tires and I’m down to two questions. 1.) will I be able to stuff 295/70/18 with little issue/fit in stock spare location and 2.) what is the best avenue to get an 18” spare wheel
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New wheels!!! Looking at tires and I’m down to two questions. 1.) will I be able to stuff 295/70/18 with little issue/fit in stock spare location and 2.) what is the best avenue to get an 18” spare wheelView attachment 2494188
I squeezed a 34.1" overall diameter spare into the boot. A 295/70/18 is just barely taller at 34.26" so there might be a chance but it's close.

Here's what clearance looks like against the panhard at ride height. It's really close but I'm not seeing witness marks on the tire. More details here

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Another leveled out LX. I didn't bottom the bracket out, but brought it pretty close. Driver front is a bit lower so I tried compensating with the bracket and it didn't achieve much, will boot up techstream to offset instead. Think I'm going to do one last bleed post strut swap before offsetting.

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Upgraded the wheels & tires. Method 701 18x9 +25 on Falken Windpeak AT3W 285/65R18.

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There was a lot of rubbing on the front mudflaps, had to remove it before leaving the shop.

I still get a bit of rubbing on full lock while reversing on the front fender liners. Already pushed the fender liner forward as far as it'll go by drilling new mounting holes and fastening. However the minor rubbing is there there, a bit of heat gun massaging should resolve that.
 
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Upgraded the wheels & tires. Method 701 18x9 +25 on Falken Windpeak AT3W 285/65R18.

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There was a lot of rubbing on the front mudflaps, had to remove it before leaving the shop.

I still get a bit of rubbing on full lock while reversing on the front fender liners. Already pushed the fender liner forward as far as it'll go by drilling new mounting holes and fastening. However the minor rubbing is there there, a bit of heat gun massaging should resolve that.
I wonder if that last 10mm of offset caused the additional rubbing on lock? I only had minor mudflap issues on a tire I am assuming is very similar in actual size
 

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