I have a 2017 4 door desert runner, non 4wd. I put 3 inch lift blocks on the rear and 2 inch lift spacers on the front. I recently got new tires and I went with 285s instead of 265s so it rubbed a little. I trimmed the wind dam in front and removed the mud flaps in back in the front tires so that fixed the rub issue. However, I recently learned of wheel spacers. I am not a "car guy" so I didn't know they existed. I always wondered why the tires on some trucks I see stick out from the body. Now I know why. I really love that look so I put 1.5 inch spacers on my truck and that made the back side of the front tires rub terribly bad. Even worse than before. Would removing the front 2 inch lift and adding a 3.5 inch lift possibly solve this issue? Also adding the 2 inch lift to the front required what they said was a new camber kit so it could be aligned. The original was now too short. Would this new camber kit accommodate the extra 1.5 inch lift? Camber kit could be the wrong terminology. It was over 3 years ago. Any help would be much appreciated.