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I put 29.5 outlaws on my stock brute today (no lift). I stiffened the springs which helped with the rubbing when I throttle up and the back squits down, but when I turn lock to lock they rub my floorboards. Not the edge, but the inside of the floor board where your toos would be. My question is would a 2" lift make that little bit stop rubbing? Not wanting to go back to a 6" lift I do alot of mudding and hours of trail riding last 6" on the grizzly burnt up axles
 

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I do not have a lift and have not done what I am about to suggest. I have seen it done on here though.

Use a heat gun and heat up the area it rubs in and find something to push the heated spot in with it will allow the tire to not rub after the plastic has cooled.
 
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