I just bought a 89 xj, with a 4.5" skyjacker lift already installed... i admit I am new to this, and new to building a project. I am mechanically inclined but not even close to a mechanic. That being said, i have a metallic grinding sound coming from the front drivers side, but only when i am rolling slow and turning right. I have never had a vehicle with a lift so I don't know what to look for if it were related to that. At first I thought it would be the brakes, but wouldn't it do it all the time? I just went out to walk next to it as my wife drove and it didn't do it at all, it did just rain and is cooler than it has been the last few days. It is without a doubt metal on metal and sounds like it matches the revolutions of the wheels.
Last edited by myfirstxj1; 04-20-2017 at 08:39 PM. Reason: typos
Originally Posted by myfirstxj1 View Post
Wheels wider than stock or with more offset can cause the wheel bearings to wear faster also. Check for rust coming out of the ujoints. They may still be tight but binding due to lack of lube.
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