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Old 04-19-2011, 10:29 AM
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Originally Posted by RedRam10 View Post
Look at the tire inside edge for any sign of wear. You can add a leveling kit which I've seen recommended for the size tire you've gone with.
There is a slight amount of wear, the problem is that I can't determine if it's from the full lock rub or constant rub. Guess I will have to monitor and see if it gets worse.

As for the leveling kit, I have heard that it will help as well. Just wondering though, if the rubbing is coming from the upper control arm, will a leveling kit actually change the positioning or angle of the upper control arm so it's not rubbing?
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