Well, if it's any constilation (consolation), I don't have a lift on my '91 Amigo and I'm running 33x12.50R15 mud terrains on my factory Snow flakes and just had to remove the rubber/plastic bumper side covers, cut along the straight edge under the marker light and cut that stuff in front of the tire and trim back the fender towards the cab. She doesn't rub, even when I'm climbing hills and off roading, unless I flex her all the way. (I cut the bump stops so now if I bottom her out she rubs) but if you leave the bump stops normal, you won't have any rub. I drive daily with them 33's on 'er.
So we could add that to the chart if anyone is interested.
1988 Chevy S10 Pickup - modded 4.3L, 10,000lb winch up front, 6,000lb rear with tow package (((Beaten up pretty bad...
1991 Amigo, 5-speed 4x4, custom mount baja lights, small lift, trimmed fenders, 33.5x12.50R15 mud terrains on the stock rims (No rub amazing enough), stage two racing clutch (Winch and more lights to come) (Working on new paint job) NOW ADDED: Ford Bronco Shocks front and rear, 1" lift and new ball joints, tie rods, bushings...Roof mount lights to come in the next couple weeks.