Tucking Tire Mods
When running a flush wheel setup and tucking the tires many cars have a similar issue with clearing the rear bumper and quarter panel connection. After rolling the fenders to get the additional clearance you need to clear your wheels the bumper remains the same thickness as the pinch weld before you rolled it. So here’s a ruff but easy way to fix both which has become the culture standard to do.
Since the bumper is plastic you obviously can’t roll it so trimming is needed and seems to be done easiest with a pneumatic cut off wheel.
Once you have done this you will need to cut off the area where the bolt to connected the bumper and the rear quarter panel existed leaving enough room to drill a small hole behind it.
Once everything is trimmed and finished off to your likings simply line the bumper back up even with the quarter panel and use a drill bit (sized to the width zip ties you want to use) and drill a hole through the bumper and quarter panel flange right behind where the original bumper to quarter panel connection existed.
Once completed you simply run a zip tie through the new hole made and pull tight and cut access off. This will simply keep the ends of the bumper from sagging down. Simple as that!