Orange Posted October 17, 2006 Share Posted October 17, 2006 Afternoon all! Having had a trawl back through some previous posts, I am getting thoroughly confused over what needs trimming from the rear arch to enable us to fit some 235/85/16 tyres on! Some have said just trim the lip, others 20mm off the arch and some even to trim right back to the seal! The front arch isn’t a problem as we’ll be trimming that anyway, it’s the rear I’m struggling to get my head round! The current situation: +1" lift currently running 235/70/16s on white 8-spokes. We get a fair amount of rubbing/catching on the outer edge of the arches. Proposed set-up: Exactly the same on the suspension side of things, but running 235/85/16 on Disco steels (less offset) so fewer issues with the outer lip! Has anyone got any close-up photos of what would need trimming out of the rear arch - like doors open looking at the arch showing the end result, or from underneath? If there are posts I’ve missed that explain this, please point me in the right direction!! Cheers Adrian Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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