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Wheels are to wide. Trim the valance like I did, see if spacers help, or depending on how much they rub, if it's hitting plastic not metal just wait till your tires wear down just enough to clear. Every time I get new tires (305/70r16) they rub slightly on the plastic when I go up/down curb into driveway and bounce. I have a three-inch body lift too. I have the widest tires that basically fit (11.5 in or so) on a 99 Tahoe with 3"inch lift. They wear slightly and the rubbing stops. My wheels have stock offset. You may need a steering stabilizer if your truck doesn't have one already and those big heavy wheels will make the ride worse and potentially affect your steering components negatively. The steering knuckles are easy to wear out with long-term vibration.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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