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Rear tires rubbing when articulating

Like the title says my rear tires are rubbing on my fenders. Last fall went to 255/80/17s (33s) and started to have rubbing issues. Thought I could get away with it but just went on a small wheeling trip and was rubbing all over the place. I have durobumps in the mail as we speak I do not believe them to be the solution to my problem, ordered them to have better bump stops. I see that toytec has rear 2 bumpstop extenders and I think that is the direction I need to go to remedy the situation. Wondering if anyone has any insight to fixing this issue would like to avoid cutting at all costs.
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Please tell us what suspension, coils, shocks, wheels, and wheel spacers you are running. Too many variables to help. Do you have a heavy rear bumper? Do you carry heavy loads when this happens?

Need more info. Making your bump stops hit early is one option but at the cost of limiting your uptravel.
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I have those same tires on stock 17" wheels with Toytec superflex spring and have no rubbing. Your wheels offset is probably pushing the tires out so they don't tuck in and clear inside fender lip. Where is it rubbing?
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Please tell us what suspension, coils, shocks, wheels, and wheel spacers you are running. Too many variables to help. Do you have a heavy rear bumper? Do you carry heavy loads when this happens?

Need more info. Making your bump stops hit early is one option but at the cost of limiting your uptravel.
All that info is in my signature. My wheels i believe are 0 offset and 4.75 backspacing.
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I have those same tires on stock 17" wheels with Toytec superflex spring and have no rubbing. Your wheels offset is probably pushing the tires out so they don't tuck in and clear inside fender lip. Where is it rubbing?
Do you have wheel spacers? I think it is rubbing the bottom of the fender. My wheels are 0 offset 4.75 backspacing
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Do you have wheel spacers? I think it is rubbing the bottom of the fender. My wheels are 0 offset 4.75 backspacing
No spacers and no rubbing in the rear. I do rub in the front though when stuffed.
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