Thanks Darin,Your truck looks great by the way
Very cool , I appreciate your feedback!Thanks Darin,
I managed to avoid rubbing on my crash bars by loosening them and pushing them out of the way (there’s about a 1/4” of movement). They are are very close to rubbing. 1/2” clearance on the fronts, 1/4” on driver side rear, 1/8” on the passenger side. too close for my liking.
I just ordered the ReadyLIFT Intrusion Beam kit and will install it when it’s warmer out. It’s a bit of work, but I’m down for it. Pocket flares and factory fender trim have to come off to squeeze the rear bars out. The bumper cover needs to be loosened to remove the front bars. I think I’ll remove it completely and fabricate a lower grille for the bottom opening from my old factory grill. Two birds - one stone.
I would just remove the beams. When I had my first 5g I had 265/70 with absolutely no issues. Now I have my second 5g stock height and wheels with the same tires as OP and just removed the crash beams with no rubbing unless compressed at full lock. I just loosened the bumper and took the fronts out. Rears are still inI will try to loosen them up and push them back , that might do the trick , for me since I have 265x70 lil smaller then yours but I’m im out a lil bit further with Tim but still ok . Fun stuff
You have to drill to install these, right?Fender Flares
11:00 am - well, the Bushwacker Bolt-on Style Pocket Fender Flares were a lot easier to install than I thought they would be. Should keep the mud and stones away from the paint!
No drilling but you’ll need a Phillips screwdriver, and a couple of Torx tools.You have to drill to install these, right?
I'm looking for something easily removable so I don't damage my resale value.