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22.5 rubbing issue

My buddy has a 2003 f-350. Just had 22.5's installed wrapped with Contintenal HDR 255/70/22.5. I have a little bit of rubbing on the driver side on the inner fender. I have the leveling kit installed already. Can anyone give me some input if they experienced this problem and what they did.

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

Needs an adjustable tracbar to center the front axle. When you lift the front you change the angle of the tracbar and it pulls the axle toward the passenger side.

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

mine has the adjustable trac bar and it still rubs on the driver side inner fender.

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

put the adj. trac bar in and adj. it and it helped a lott now we have to cut the front bumper cause it hits that now. prob. gonna move the bumper out a little. Thanx guys

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

Put almost the exact setup on mine and no issues. I have Sumimoto instead of Continental.

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

Just thought about it, but I don't have 255/70's on my truck mine are larger..so don't wanna compare apples to oranges.

A slight rub on the inner fender wont stop me though

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

ya he has rub on inner fender driver side wheel well. he is thinking about cutting the wheel well has anyone ever cut it or any other suggestions??

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

I would juts let it rub before cutting it, I am sure its minimal, I know mine is and I have almost 38" tires, his are only 36.5"

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Re: 22.5 rubbing issue

ya he ziptied it all the way back and it still rubs minimal he was just wondering if anyone fixed it somehow.

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