285's slight tire rub. How can I fix it?
My '01 LB7 has (according to the previous owner) a leveling kit. When I crank my wheels to the right, the outer side of the driver side wheel hits the plastic lip on the lower part of the bumper. I actually need to do something about this now as I got new fog lights (mine were missing) and I don't want to stress them out or have issues with them caused by a rub.
I had brand new 285/75/r16's put on it last year. Some people mention trimming it, and if that is the cheapest and easiest way to fix it I think I'll do it. What would the best way be to trim it? I am, of course, open to other options.
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