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PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2014 14:34    Post subject: wheels rubbing Reply with quote

Hi,
I have lifted my GV with a 2" suspension lift, the reason (apart from off roading) is that I have wheels with a -30mm offset (sick out wider) and 245/70/16 AT tyres.
without a lift the tyres caught the bottom of the arches on lock.
Now I have done the lift they still catch.
with standard wheels and 215/65/16 tyres I have no issues.

what is bet way to give a bit more clearance for the front wheels. I don't want to lift any more as a daily driver, and cost etc of a body lift.

Trim off the inner arch?

Thoughts and ideas welcomed.

Thanks in advance.
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