Do you know what size tires and what wheel off-set you have?
When the suspension compresses, the front axle will shift to the right, due to the track bar moving up in an arc. Therefore your left tire will come closer to the frame/LCA. But if BOTH tires are rubbing the LCA's, you need to adjust the steering stops or add more BS to the wheels.
I have the RK 2.5" Max Travel lift, also. Running 37x12.50's on 4.5" BS wheels and they rubbed the LCA's. I had to put 1.5" wheel spacers on there (in effect, created 3.0" back spaced Wheels.) No more rubbing. Try adjusting the steering stops first before you go the wheel spacer way.
And yes, I adjusted the steering stops but couldn't find a good compromise between enough stop and tight enough turn radius.
No, you do not need to put spacers on the rear wheels. They do not turn into the LCA's. But the front tires will stick out more if you put spacers only on the front (will look kinda weird).
2008 JK Rubi on big tires and stuff, RIPP supercharger.
Various dents and scratches.
Last edited by Acey; 11-10-2013 at 11:37 AM.