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    Im just trying to see how they sit in relation to the fenders/quarters. My 255's dont rub the shocks at full stuff but I doubt you could fit a pube between the tire and shock LOL. Could you post a pic when you get it back?
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    Little update. Broke the front drive shaft after a wheeling trip.



    Jeeptech I forgot about the pictures, I will try to snap some this week.
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    I am interested to see how much you have to trim when you put steeles on...

    I had a bb on previously with 255/70 tires and went from stock rims to steeles and had to trim the front bumper id say and inch or two...

    And I have yet to break my front cv drive shaft at 4" of lift
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    I took the bumper off after we put the spacers on because the tires were rubbing on it.
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    Nice work! Mine died shortly after my lift but it was already tired. Was it the t case end or diff end?
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