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Hey I had 20's on my 97 yuk, and i have had this 00 for about 3 year snow, well i out a set of 305/45/22's on it Tuesday. They scrub when i turn my wheel deep and if i go up a inclined driveway they scrub. should i crank up the torshion bar in the front? or what?
 

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Hey I had 20's onmy 97 yuk, an di have had this 00 for about 3 year snow, well i out a set of 305/45/22's on it Tuesday. They scrub when i turn my wheel deep and if i go up a inclined driveway they scrub. should i crank up the torshion bar in the front? or what?
I bought 22's not too long ago and I tried both the 40 and 45 on it. -The 45 rubbed everytime I turned on the drivers side because of where the washer fluid bottle pushed out the fender lining. I went with the 305/40/22 and couldn't be happier. If you crank the bar up an inch or so should work ot.
 

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Just make sure to get it re-aligned after messing with the torsion bars...you don't want to wear out those new tires any faster than they will on their own!!! :)
 

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Just make sure to get it re-aligned after messing with the torsion bars...you don't want to wear out those new tires any faster than they will on their own!!! :)
I was actually going to suggest the same thing. You'll roast those tires right off the rim without an alignment being done.
 
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