Hey Cody, how did you get on with the rubbing issue? Did you get it fixed? I recently did the 2" HS spacer lift on my 2019 Cherokee Trailhawk and put 245/70/17 at3w wildpeaks on. I doesn't rub in reverse, but I have noticed it rubs when I am doing a super tight turn, usually just when pulling into certain parking spots. It is not as frequent as your problem but still something I'd like to fix. I haven't been able to check to see where it's rubbing yet. I'll need to take it into a shop to do that I suspect.So I did a ton of research on how I wanted to modify my 2020 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk and I decided that the MFC lift was the best quality lift that was offered so I grabbed it. I also wanted bigger tires but did not want to deal with rubbing. I decided the best choice would be the Falken Wildpeaks 245/70/17 since I’ve heard multiple people say there’s no rubbing at all and even one without a lift will have no rubbing. After finally getting this work done and being very excited there is rubbing while primarily driving in reverse . Any suggestions? View attachment 216679
It would be great to hear how you got on. Cheers!