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    Default RR Tire Rub

    I have a 04 GRT set to GRT sheet. The RR is rubbing the upper frame rail. It is just barely starting to lift the LF. Would it be ok to move the rear to the right just a little or maybe stiffer spring in RR. What would be effects of the changes. Lr is 250, RR is 225.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace1 View Post
    I have a 04 GRT set to GRT sheet. The RR is rubbing the upper frame rail. It is just barely starting to lift the LF. Would it be ok to move the rear to the right just a little or maybe stiffer spring in RR. What would be effects of the changes. Lr is 250, RR is 225.
    I would get the 1/4" wheel spacer plate from one of the manufacturers and roll with it.
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    ace, my 05 was set to grt specs and tire rubbed the frame a bit also, the car was also moody, talked to them about it , jbar was set at 19.1/4 like it says, turns out theres a measurement 16.1/4 center of driveshaft to inside of 2x2 for the jbar mount

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    I think I'm at 16 on the center of driveshaft to 2x2 mount. I will check that.

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