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Default Burly slammer kit and Firestone Champion Deluxe good combo ?

Hi,

I just bought a 2014 bone stock 48.

I am completing my shopping list and would like to install the Burly Slammer kit with the 10.5" rear shocks. However I also would like to have the Firestone Deluxe champion tyres, front and back.

I was wondering if I will have rear tyre rubbing issues with this combo.
My girlfriend drives along as a passenger from time to time.

I experienced no rubbing issues with my former 48 but I had the OEM tyres in combo with the 10.5" Burly.

What do you reckon ? Should I be OK or do you think I should install 11" Progressive suspension shocks ?

Thanks for your input,

Regards,
Thierry
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