when is it rubbing and where? If it's rubbing at full steering lock, you might need to adjust your steering bump stops? (just unscrew them a bit, and/or put a washer in there)
If you have stock track bars, as I understand it with 4" of lift they are probably pulling your axles to one side a good bit, causing one tire to be closer to the frame than the other. (I'm having this problem with 3" of lift) So you'll be more likely to rub on the side that's pulled inward. Time for adjustable track bars :sigh: more money. lol
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oh, I was unaware that this was a leafspring jeep. Forget my trackbar comment then. Do leafspring jeeps even have trackbars?
How about you fill in your jeeps profile? that would help people out alot when trying to figure out problems, if they know what your jeep is and what's on it.
I'll have to fill out my jeeps profile and tell what jeep I have next time .I'm going to pick up sum spacers from sum guy ,there only 1 inch but for 20$ ill give it a try. Thanks everyone for your help
Black0rifle (Justin) has leaf springs and he had an easier time getting up obstacles in Calico than you did
Easier time then me, yeah right, you mean a easier time then you. At least Justin and I didn't have to pull our floor board plugs after each obstacle to drain the puddles out of our jeeps like you did.