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Old 05-31-2019, 03:25 PM #1
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Anyone else rubbing the sway bar?

OME 3" lift, SPC UCA's, SCS wheels 17x8.5 4.3 BS, 285/70/17 Falken Wildpeaks.

Alignment toe and camber are on the money, caster is up at 3.9 and 4.1

Left turns the right tire gets into the sway bar pretty heavily. Granted its closer to full lock, so I can mitigate it by not turning that hard. Just out of all the different rubbing I've never heard of anyone rubbing on the sway bar.

Still rubs on body mount in reverse only. But thats expected
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OME 3" lift, SPC UCA's, SCS wheels 17x8.5 4.3 BS, 285/70/17 Falken Wildpeaks.

Alignment toe and camber are on the money, caster is up at 3.9 and 4.1

Left turns the right tire gets into the sway bar pretty heavily. Granted its closer to full lock, so I can mitigate it by not turning that hard. Just out of all the different rubbing I've never heard of anyone rubbing on the sway bar.

Still rubs on body mount in reverse only. But thats expected
That backspacing is an offset of ~ -11mm. Trail (Trail and non TRD) rims are +15mm. 26mm is about 1 inch, pushing your rim and tire farther out (wide). This increases clearance to the shock/spring/arms, but makes the 'arc' of the wheel larger when the wheel is turned. I don't think it's common to hear complaints about rubbing on the sway bar. Tweak alignment, adjust rim offset, remove sway bar, smaller tire, sawzall, get a new rig. Good luck.
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That backspacing is an offset of ~ -11mm. Trail (Trail and non TRD) rims are +15mm. 26mm is about 1 inch, pushing your rim and tire farther out (wide). This increases clearance to the shock/spring/arms, but makes the 'arc' of the wheel larger when the wheel is turned. I don't think it's common to hear complaints about rubbing on the sway bar. Tweak alignment, adjust rim offset, remove sway bar, smaller tire, sawzall, get a new rig. Good luck.
Yea, I didn't account for the whole rotating arc/radius bit

Was rubbing on stock sr5 rims, and got caught off guard when it still rubbed on the new wheels.
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Have similar 3" lift, same exact tires....FN FX Pro Wheels though. 17x8, 4.5" backspace, 0mm offset and no issues.

Pretty sure your wheels are the biggest contributor.
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Have similar 3" lift, same exact tires....FN FX Pro Wheels though. 17x8, 4.5" backspace, 0mm offset and no issues.

Pretty sure your wheels are the biggest contributor.
Well, I was going to start doing some math this past weekend and see what my options were, but when I went out to try and get the tire against it, it doesnt touch anymore.

It's like a phantom came over and made it just magically not rub. Weird.

Still runs on the body mount, and that's getting cut when I get back from work in 2 weeks.
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