Discussion in 'Renegade Wheels & Tires' started by A.J., Apr 19, 2019.
Beautiful, looks good. Enjoy them.
Drove it home and figured I'd share a few more pics for anyone that might be looking to get these tires. No spacer, no mods, no rubbing, very quiet, overall I love them! You can see the diff between how close they are in the front to the spring seat versus in the rear. The wider width of these tires definitely brings them out to being flush with the fenders. Anyways, just figured I'd help settle anyone's minds with buying these. Well worth the price!
Looks good, thanks for the pics.
For those wondering, this will throw your speedometer off. At 70 MPH, your actual speed will be 74MPH. Just something to take into consideration.
Also wanted to give another plus for another manufacturer and tire: HAnkook AT2 RF11 at 235/70/16. It's very close, but they do fit. Might not at full suspension compression and the rears are real close at full droop, but the pinch weld isn't even in the way at normal ride height. Spacers would've actually made the geometry worse. So for now, I'm leaving the spacers off. I'll remove some of the pinch weld before I put the spacers on.
It looks like these are all Latitudes. I really like it but I have a stock 18 4x4 sport. Will these work on the sport?
They should fit your Sport without problems.
Thanks for the reply. This is what I've been looking for.
Well I did it and they look great. There is a little bit of rubbing that I am trying to figure out. Here are some pics.
Where’s it rubbing at?
I am not exactly sure. I can hear it when I turn really sharp but I can not see where it's hitting at. There is absolutely no marks on the fender wells?
My guess would be either the front, inside portion of the wheel-well, or the little nub of plastic that sticks out over top of the pinch weld. But what you can do is draw with a colored sharpy on the plastic, if the rubbing is not obvious. If it is rubbing, it will take off some of the sharpie. Would recommend silver. Or chalk, but everyone has sharpies, so that's why I suggested it.
Lather some thick mud on the wheels, drive it forward while locking the wheel left and right to get it to rub, and then look at where all the mud is stuck at inside the wheel well.
It's definitely in the front . Actually both sides. I have tried to "tighten" up the fender wells and it has gotten better but still there. Thanks for the ideas, I will try it when I get a chance.
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