I saw a post on the forum where two other guys did this already. Just wanted to share my experience.
My Car: 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo E / v6 / trailrated everything is stock except for the new wheels, no lift. There are no rubbing issues when turning. No rubbing issues over bumps and potholes.
The wheels bolt up and do appear to clear the caliper however they do hit the caliper spring clip. It was difficult to determine how much they were hitting so I decided to back up the car about 20ft and drive forward again. The coming from the wheel well sounded like the suspension was rattling apart. Took the wheels off and we could tell that the spring indeed rub against the wheel. The spring is very thick and I determined it could be shaved down a little. I could have probably drove the car about 50 miles and the problem would likely also have taken care of itself (but I decided against that).
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