My turn. I know i was one of your correspondants through PMs. I still have the dana 30 so i will go take pics. Ill be back in about 10 minutes and edit this post with my pictures and stuff.
Ok here I am. Rock Krawler 4" Short arm lift, 285/75r16 MT/Rs. Stock axles front and back, and I used the self-cleansing method for clearing out what the tires will hit (let them hit till they tear whatever it is out..didnt mean to though). Im on the stock wheels with i thnk 6" BS? Anyways, rear end i have zero trimming, zero rubbing problems. I never disconnect my rear addco anti-sway bar, and that may be why but i have actually heard a rear tire hit ONE time flexing really hard with the anti-sway bar attached, but no damage. Front is another story. Also, please excuse the dirt. I was out wheelin yesterday near the rubicon where there is snow and mud. Now I have the flu (felt it yesterday, kicked in today), so i dont feel like doing anything. Mmmk now to the pictures.
First picture...Front left side. The rear portion of the fender has zero trimming, zero rubbing. The front side has some minor trimming (wasnt supposed to be permenant, smoother cuts to come).
Second pic...Front left side. Washer fluid reservoir and foglight =( TheDentist is correct. Both of the pumps on the reservoir have been torn out and the foglight had been as well. If you are going to try to run this setup you MUST move or REMOVE that reservoir (if your going to wheel the jeep). As for the foglight, it encountered its problems at the same time the washer fluid reservoir did. TheDentist didnt notice it because of the ARB.
Rear left side (sorry for things in foreground). As i said, i didnt trim at all back here but I also have zero rubbing issues with my addco swaybar connected at all times
Front left top spring perch, hard flex rubs
Front left side, swaybar. When turning is locked to the right the front/inside of the tire rubs on the swaybar.
When turning full lock left, the rear/inside of the tire rubs on the LCA
The dentist did not notice the rubbing issues because he is running atleast 1 inch less backspacing than me, which is what i plan to do when i can afford wheels. I hope this helps everyone, Greg.
**EDIT THE EDIT**
These images are of the time when i was flexed the most. This is where the rubbing occured on the spring perch and i first tore out hte pumps.