It rubs. It's not too terrible - certainly not enough to stress me out. I'll snap a photo if anyone cares.
Why are you using a spacer? No need for that on the lr3 and it only makes most of the clearance issues worse such as the frame horns. I admit that flush tires do look cool though.I just added the BFG 265/65/18s and only had rubbing issues with the front wheels on the frame horns. This is with 18” wheels and 30mm spacers.
Maybe I just haven’t noticed the issues in the rear, which is fine by me, but have been on and off road over about 2k miles so far.
It's not just you, I am on 3 pretty much every weekend. Depends on the terrain you wheel in I guess. Mine is pretty rocky. Hard to find a line up this that doesn't lift a wheel.Honest post—I’m surprised many haven’t lifted wheels when off-roading. We were getting a lot happening recently and figured it was pretty common. Am I the only one?
@Jwestpro I was referring to my LR4. My bad for posting here on this LR3 thread. so pleased with the move to the 18’s I get a little post-happy I’m afraid. Definitely appreciate your comments on the forum - big reason I made the switch.Why are you using a spacer? No need for that on the lr3 and it only makes most of the clearance issues worse such as the frame horns. I admit that flush tires do look cool though.
ah ok, i was wondering. my spacers are still on because i was lazy last time changing out from the winter set and mine clear all the rub points. I get used to the look and then when the spacers come off it seems weird LOL