Re: Lift required
I have the calmini s/r which provides 2" of lift in the front and 1" in the back. I put the extended bumpstops in the front but left the back stock. I have some 30" tires which are a little bigger than average, I compared them to BFG A/T 30"s on a friends truck, and there was a noticable difference. The extended bumpstops are about 1.5 or 2" of drop, and the tires still almost rub. I had to cut the front bumper, I bent the mounts forward too, and I pounded the seem at the back of the front wheel well. With the steering locked either way, at full compression, they just barely touch. The back, with stock bump stops, the tires don't rub when the axle is twisted, but due to slight scraping at the top fender lip, it seemed to rub just a little, maybe when I caught some air? Oh yeah, I have 15X8" wheels, so the do stuck out more than on skinnier rims, causing more rubbing with the steering locked one way or the other than you will find. Just my experience.