I extended my front bumpstops. That's it. I'll try a box cutter I guess. I want to trim the same amount you did, but I dot want it to look bad.
I put a 2.25 BB in mine with 31's kept the isolators. Had to cut about 1.5" to nothing wedge from the inner bottom corner to clear the bumper, no more rub. 2 washers in the steering stops keeps the control arms free from rubbing too, with stock larado rims that is.
96 ZJ sittin up 6" on 35's with 4:56's and a 12k winch. Cuz...why the hell not!?
im suprised with a 2 inch boost you have to trim with 31's. I had to trim on stock height with my 30.5 inch tires.. i wouldnt think youd have to do it with 2 extra inchs.. maybe your springs are really saggy
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I am not. I am at 3.5" and I still rub on my stock LCAs when at full lock reverse. that is a 245/75R16 witch is a 31x10.50 16 basically. That is on stock rims though, so it tends to make a difference with different backspacing.
Wheels with 3.75 to 4 inches of backspacing won't have tire rub.
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sawzall with a fine toothed blade works well fro cutting plastic bumpers, or one of the mini ones with a 6 inch blade they run 30 bucks from sears or whatever but they do have many uses
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