I did a search and read every thread on backspacing I could find and am more confused when I started. I am putting 35x14.50x15 Boggers on a 8 lug Dana 44 and on a 14ff. This is on a '75 k5 that will only see road on the way to the trail. I don't want the inside of the tire to rub on the radius arm or whatever you call the link from the front axle back to frame. I am going to use steal wheels- something not too expensive. Sounds like there will be no issue on the rear. However, some posts said the less backspacing, the less grinding on the front. Others said to use 4 inches or more. Am I worrying about rubbing at full crank too much? Other than grinding the caliber and rubbing, what are the other problems with too much backspacing? With too little backspacing I will where out bearings and ball joints I know- what else would happen? I was thinking about spliting the differences and trying 3.75 in backspacing. Obviously, my first time with this.... so your input is appreciated.