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Roll Fenders?

This is for you guys who have put 21 or 22 inch rims on the QP

I have a set of 21's I just put on and they rub a bit.. I'm on FD lowering springs, offset is 32 front and 25 rear.. Has anyone rolled their fenders? What kind of modification would I need to do so it can minimize the rub?
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You typically don't need to roll the fenders. Likely you're just rubbing the fender inner lining while turning at full lock? If so, often you just find the rub point and "massage" the bracket behind the fender that may be a bit too far forward to help clear it.

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You typically don't need to roll the fenders. Likely you're just rubbing the fender inner lining while turning at full lock? If so, often you just find the rub point and "massage" the bracket behind the fender that may be a bit too far forward to help clear it.

Hope that helps!

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Its actually rubbing the fenders cause little strings of rubber are ripping off. Could it be that 35 series tires are too much for 21" rims?

Front are 245/35/21 and 295/30/21 rear. The guy recommended 30 in the front and 25 in the rear, but I wanted a little more chunk on tires for pot holes.
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