No prob, glad to help.
Small welding up front behind the wheel, basically a slit cut, and then weld the 2 remaining pieces together. Also I think if I had done this, I would not have had to do any trimming behind the front wheel.
Basically, if you have adjustable camber bolts, you adjust the camber and caster and leave the toe for the alignment shop.
http://www.clubfrontier.org/forums/f26/ ... ols-28535/
Seems to move the front wheel forward some, and I know mine are nearly completely opposite as far as where they should be (camber bolts). And as for the front plastic, it was just the removal of that plastic thing hanging down, a few clips and it was fine.
I’m not sure if you’re going to be getting aftermarket wheels, but that was a big reason my tires rubbed was because of my wheel offset. I even rubbed pretty gnarly on 33’s but it was because of my wheel offset and my camber bolts being opposite of what they should have been.