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I have an '03 Access Cab. I did the 2.5" Bilstein 5100 level that a lot of other members do. I installed the Camburg UCAs.

I put on BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO2 285/70/17.

I still get typical rubbing. I rub the frame at full lock and the edge of the front bumper if i turn in reverse.

I bought spidertrax 1.25" spacers and was looking forward to having them installed because I like the look of a wider stance.

The problem is, i installed the front spacers and my ability to turn went out the window. My tires stuff into the back of the wheel well and the pinch weld wants to punch right through the cover.

Does anybody have a solution here?

(I know about the pinch weld mod, but it doesn't seem like it would be enough)

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Whats your wheel size and offset? You might just be out of luck if your wheel offset is not correct. Some people will sacrifice practicality over the "look" of their truck when they choose their aftermarket products.

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I found some info on this and shared it here:

Copied below as well...

Toyota OEM Specs
1999-2006 Toyota Tundra - 2wd & 4wd
Factory 16x7.0 Wheel Offset = +15.00 mm - Back Space = 4.50" Inches
Factory 17x7.5 Wheel Offset = +18.00 mm - Back Space = 5.00" Inches
Lug Pattern is 6 x 139mm
Hub Bore Diameter = 106mm

Wheel Backspace & Offset Information
This page is intended to provide basic Original Equipment "OE" wheel size information. It is very common for a suspension lift manufacturer to recommend the use of a wheel that has LESS backspace than the Factory Wheel when running a suspension lift on your Truck or SUV. Factory wheels of the same size may be offered in different styles that could have different specifications than those listed.

Remember these rules:
As positive offset increases wheel backspace increases.
As wheel offset is decreased wheel backspace decreases.
If you want a narrow stance you want a wheel with MORE backspace.
If you want a wider stance you want a wheel with LESS backspace.

So, if tires rub on the inside wheel well, a slightly wider stance should reduce this. Yeah?
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