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      12-18-2012, 09:08 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Old Cruiser View Post
Thanks for some insight. I believe at the current rate of contact- another couple of dips in the road and Ill have successfully rolled the rear fenders with the tires. They have been rolling the lip with each contact.


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I don't think so. That rear lip is very thick. You will destroy your tires long before.

Just get the rears rolled properly. I ran 12mm spacers on my stockers effectively making 40ET with 245's without rolling and no rub. A good roll and pull will get you all the space you need, which probably isn't that much.
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