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Old 02-26-2012, 11:43 AM   #1
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So i just got 285s installed but one of the rear wheels/tires is deeper into the the fender than the other
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So i just got 285s installed but one of the rear wheels/tires is deeper into the the fender than the other
Is your car lowered?
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Old 02-26-2012, 12:30 PM   #3
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No not at all
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Hmm.. I dunno then.. There's nothing that could have happened or been done while changing tires that would cause that.. I would imagine it had to of been that way b4 it just wasn't as noticeable w the smaller tires
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So i just got 285s installed but one of the rear wheels/tires is deeper into the the fender than the other
Post a pic...that's why I think 275/40/19 might be the answer. Now u need the sleek mud flaps
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Post a pic...that's why I think 275/40/19 might be the answer. Now u need the sleek mud flaps
How would changing tire size fix that?
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Get and adjustable Panhard bar and some lower control arms. That is if it bugs you that much
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Re: Tire problem

drive it around. Could been just way it sit down after being on jack.
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Old 02-28-2012, 01:04 AM   #9
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I think it might be a frame issue
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Also note it is not unusual for it to be slightly off from factory.
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Also note it is not unusual for it to be slightly off from factory.
I have done TONS of lift kits and leveling kits on every truck out there.. I have never seen one that was the same height from side to side..
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I have done TONS of lift kits and leveling kits on every truck out there.. I have never seen one that was the same height from side to side..
Yep..and with wider tires or rims will notice more.
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Also my car has been squeaking quite a bit...so im takin it to a ford dealership and havin them take a look lol
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