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Finally snapped a decent pic of my Jeep half way clean with the RRO leveling kit and 20x9 ET18 XD Monsters and 265/60R20 Terra Grapplers. Just took it on a 1500 mile trip from DFW to New Madrid, MO and it did great! Picked up a nail somewhere along the way though, so off to Discount tomorrow morning to get a tire patched.

Jeep looks awesome!!!

With a leveling kit, what do you think the biggest size tires that will fit on the stock 20inch rims is???
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Jeep looks awesome!!!

With a leveling kit, what do you think the biggest size tires that will fit on the stock 20inch rims is???
275/55R20.

If you try to go any bigger you may run into rubbing issues.
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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

I installed the kit the other day on my 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. Looks and rides great!

I have 275/55/20's on stock rims and now getting a slight rub on the front passenger side when fully turned to the right. I don't think I had this before the kit was installed. Anyone else having any issues?

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I installed the kit the other day on my 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. Looks and rides great!

I have 275/55/20's on stock rims and now getting a slight rub on the front passenger side when fully turned to the right. I don't think I had this before the kit was installed. Anyone else having any issues?

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Had the leveling kit for a several months on stock wheels/tires and no rubbing in any condition that I've been in. Got some new shoes today (Cooper Discoverer ATP 275/55-20) and no rubbing at full left or right. But it is pretty tight back there so I can see if I was turning up to a curb/ramp or do anything to compress the suspension quickly it would rub. I've been reading up on the spacers thread and am thinking about getting some spacers to give it more clearance.
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I've been looking at wheel spacers too. This may be the next upgrade.
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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

If you're already having trouble with rubbing as it is, I'd be cautious of adding spacers.

Sounds like you need more suspension/body clearance to me.
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Re: Rocky Road Outfitters WK2 Leveling Kit

So I recently purchased the RRO Leveling kit, going to have it installed friday. My question is if I don't like the even look, is there an equal lift for the rear so I dont have to uninstall it and have a full lift. I feel like 2.5 inch lift is going to be far to high if I went full lift
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I installed the 1.75 front leveling kit and I feel it looks great. It does not look higher than the rear. I need to get some picture on here so you can see.
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Had the leveling kit for a several months on stock wheels/tires and no rubbing in any condition that I've been in. Got some new shoes today (Cooper Discoverer ATP 275/55-20) and no rubbing at full left or right. But it is pretty tight back there so I can see if I was turning up to a curb/ramp or do anything to compress the suspension quickly it would rub. I've been reading up on the spacers thread and am thinking about getting some spacers to give it more clearance.
Are you using the stock rims?
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im going to get 18s with either 275/65 or 275/70 wrangler duratrac i need the height up front but if i dont likd the level look id like to add the extra height to the back without goin full 2.5 inch full lift
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im just wondering if they make something equivalent for the rear "just in case". i def do not want to do it just being cautious ahead of time. Pics would be great!!!!
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