Ahem... customized the rear fenderwell pinch seams...
I was fooling around in my field today and running my jeep up a stump.
I have pictures, but do not know how to post them.
With the lockers engaged it was pretty shocking how well it would climb.
The rear wheels (BF 37"s) were hitting a pinch seam that is just under the rubi rock rail in the rear fender well.
I pulled the wheels off and, ahem... customized the sheet metal by beating it flat at both wheel wells with a sledge hammer.
Kinda tough to do on a brand new rig...
Is there a better solution?
I could have cut them off (I have a fully equiped shop with a plasma arc, grinders, sawzalls whatever...)
But folding it over and painting the "fixed" sheet metal seemed like the best solution.
What have you done?
I'm having some minor hammer remorse...