Re: Tires rubbing
I had some rubbing in the front with 235's so I went to 215's and I still have some rubbing when I hit a dip. My problem I think is the offset. I have 15x7 rally wheels with 4in offset all the way around. I have replaced all the suspension parts but I am not happy with the shocks (Monroe) and the current springs ( summit), so I have ordered new Eaton front springs and new single leaf rear for standard height. I am thinking of going to KYB shocks all the way around. The summit springs seem really taught and not forgiving unless you hit a dip then they seem to really give and bounce back. I think the spring rate is wrong, plus the shop that did the work cut a coil as they originally sat to high and never settled or lowered. Once I replace again, I may look for rally's in the front with a different offset. What multi leafs did you use?