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Old 02-04-2013, 01:59 PM
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Is it just my truck?? UCA BJ bolt-drivers side to tire..

Is it just my truck or is the upper control arm ball joint bolt on the drivers closer to the tire than on the passenger side?

I've read where many are running 255/70R17's (some 265/70R17) with no spacers between the wheel and rotor...
That's got to be some kind of close on the drivers side...feeler guage much
My stock tire is awefully close even with the 2" lift on.
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