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If its hot drop it!

I want to drop my lude further. The problem I have is I really wanted wider tires so I bought some 225/45/17. I know greater od size but I like them. They are flush with the body all around and of course they rub. I was only able to lower it about 1in from stock and this isn't my daily so of course I want it aggressive and lower. My camber kit almost didn't work because it wasn't low enough and almost gave me positive camber. In the rear I can roll the fenders and get away with dropping more. In the front I could roll them but then the tabs for the plastic wheel wells won't fit. Should I rigg the plastics to work or leave them out? I am planning on doing a wire tuck and running lots of wire through the fenders, not worried about hitting them but more worried about running into a rain storm without splash protection. Shrink wrap galore I guess? What do you guys think?
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