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Hey yall. While cleaning the recon today, I put it up on the a** end to clean under it. I noticed the a-arms had wore groves in them. I turned the wheels in the direction of the grove and the rims are wearing into the arm. My question finally is, Could i put wider a-arms to fix the problem to waer the wheels don't rub or should I just replace the stock ones and rig the the bump stops on the steering its self?
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Blake
 

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Sounds like your wheels have the wrong backspacing and are rubbing when you turn, might look into some 1/2 to 1" wheel spacers to push your wheels out a little.
 

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That was my back up if it was stupid to find wider a-arms.
 

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Wider a-arms won't keep the wheels from rubbing the arms when turning
 

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Are these stock wheels?
 

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There not the stock ones for the recon I think these came off of a rancher, but there a inch wider than the stock rims are.
 
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