^^^What he said pretty much.
ME + paint/bodywork = teh fail
I used too thin of metal for the fender so they are already bent up some from bumping into. And my first bondo attempt didn't go so well. And I'm not sure if I like the little bolts sticking out or not, kind of looks cool but also kind of looks 4X4 mud truck.
I also mounted the flares "forward" a little because Griggs stuff moves the wheels forward. It looks OK sometimes and sometimes it looks weird.
Anyway, I'll redo them with thicker metal, maybe center them, and possibly remove the bolts (have them welded on) but most importantly, I'll make them look better. Cause up close they look like poo-poo.
My 275/45's rub on my 94...i'm running a full maximum setup.
Where are they rubbing? Up front on the outside fender lip, up front on the inside fender liner, or both? Did you get the MM Aarms that move the wheels forward an addition 3/4" or whatever?
Are you sure they are 275/45
I had minor rubbing with 275/40 tires but Griggs stuff moves the wheels forward a good bit also. The 315's would be impossible unless I did what I did with the fenders. IF I had 18"
wheels with a custom offset, I could've tucked them in a little more and possibly
avoided the need for fender flares. But that would've cost $3-4K for wheels and tires and the fenders only cost me $50 roughly
The good news is if my money tree ever starts producing, I could run 335 tires on 18" wheels all around with the fender flares