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Have you not contacted the seller and or manufacturer yet?

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okay w/out further review it looks like 5:2 is factory not 4:3 so the 1" less on inside should clear a-arm. I just got some #'s mixed and still not sure, lol
Dude. It's weird. I am wondering if my a-arms are wonky. I looked at a couple diagrams and it looks like the piece of the upper rm that covers the uppermost part of the knuckle sticks out a bit more than the picture.

Anybody have some pics I could use for comparison?
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Have you not contacted the seller and or manufacturer yet?
Also, yes I have contacted both. Neither have had or seen anything like this before which leads me to two conclusions: wonky arm or wrong wheel.


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I have a set of OMF/DWT 11x7 with re-ring inner and beadlock outside do the same thing. Managed to cure it by putting a washer on the hub before fitting the rim.

Also abit extreme but was thought of was removing some of the metal of the upper a arm or at least reshaping it.

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Mine doing the exact same thing. What did you end up doing? I'm just gonna put a few washers between the wheel & hub.
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Mine doing the exact same thing. What did you end up doing? I'm just gonna put a few washers between the wheel & hub.
break out the grinder,, an 1/8" right on the corner ain`t gonna hurt it !!
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i had the same problem with my OMF's. I talked to the guy I bought them from and the made me a thin round alum spacer at no charge. I thought about the washers too but OMF said it would put uneven stress on the studs and hubs.
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Are you guys who are having clearance issues running aftermarket rear shocks? If so, that is probably the issue. Most companies fit their products up to a stock quad. Most aftermarket rear shock increase droop, hence the reason for the clearance issue. Options are clearance the wheel, clearance the a-arm, (don't remove to much!) or some type of spacer.

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To anyone who may be following this thread, I decided to just grind down that little corner of the upper a-arm like Doug and Bob suggested. I opted to do this as I felt the rear was wide enough and didn't want to go wider by adding spacers or washers. Thanks for all the input guys!
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Oh, and yes, I have Elka stage 3 rears.
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