4" BDS Lift Installed w/Fuel Wheels and Nittos

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Just picked up my ZR2 from the shop - a couple hours ago and pretty stoked. 4” BDS lift kit installed with 20x10 Fuel Wheels and some 35” Nitto Trail Grapplers.

A couple notes:
- The back wheels align perfectly to front (front does not go wider than rear)
- Even with -18 offset wheels I’m going to have to do some pretty heavy trimming on the bumper to stop fully articulated rubbing
- Drives great and honestly speedometer is only about 2.5mph off at 60mph so not too worried while I wait on programmer to release
 

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Just picked up my ZR2 from the shop - a couple hours ago and pretty stoked. 4” BDS lift kit installed with 20x10 Fuel Wheels and some 35” Nitto Trail Grapplers.

A couple notes:
- The back wheels align perfectly to front (front does not go wider than rear)
- Even with -18 offset wheels I’m going to have to do some pretty heavy trimming on the bumper to stop fully articulated rubbing
- Drives great and honestly speedometer is only about 2.5mph off at 60mph so not too worried while I wait on programmer to release
That's really dope !
 
It's fairly easy to trim front bumper. You can check out my thread for details. Some guys put spacers on front bumper and got the clearance.
 
Found your thread Axe thanks. I took some off earlier with a reciprocating saw but not enough. I see you went 18mm so I need to take a shade more off.
 
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Found your thread Axe thanks. I took some off earlier with a reciprocating saw but not enough. I see you went 18mm so I need to take a shade more off.
Yeah. What I did was take just enough so the fender liner would be flush with edge of bumper. Then I did use one or two more fasteners I got at the auto parts store to match. Then pinned the fender liner to the back plastic support behind. It looks pretty clean that way.
 
Did something similar to @AXE and trimmed the front bumper this morning - no more rubbing. Only minor trimming and bracket shifting needed in the rear front wheel well.

Do not use a grinder with a cutting wheel. Reciprocating saw or dremel Is best.
 

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