btw, looking at Chuckc's setup it would seem it would rub the fenders if he hit a bump or pothole...?
maybe i want 18x8.5 if i want the wheel to tuck under the fenders over bumps?
--it used to rub in rear with just 3/4 spacers on bumps, but now I have no rub on speedbumps or potholes, even loaded w/ passengers and baggage and that's w/ 255/40's.
Front camber is -1.9 camber 0-toe; -2.0 0-toe rear, and I have 1.25 saggy butt spacers in the rear, .25 spacers up front.
rear ISC adjustable LCA's and SPC adjustable toe arms
GTWorks front camber bolts (stock top location)
all fenders rolled and painted with truck bed lining as a percaution, but w/ current setup i don't think it's needed.
With 18x7.5 45et 225/45's, I had an 1inch between sidewall and fender in rear; tucked in with no issues when loaded before w/ 3/4 spacers