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Unread 06-04-2013, 07:04 AM   #1
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grinding noise

hey guys so i just got 33" tires on my sahara and i have a 4' lift... since the tires went on every time i do a moving left hand turn (not from stop unless i get to 20km/h in the turn) i hear this grinding noise similar to a warn break or as if something was in my breaks like a rock... but i figure its not that as it only happens in a left turn while going faster than 15-20km/h if anyone has any ideas what this could be id really appreciate some help

i also do not have spacers so that could be an option i suppose

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Unread 06-04-2013, 07:30 AM   #2
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hey guys so i just got 33" tires on my sahara and i have a 4' lift... since the tires went on every time i do a moving left hand turn (not from stop unless i get to 20km/h in the turn) i hear this grinding noise similar to a warn break or as if something was in my breaks like a rock... but i figure its not that as it only happens in a left turn while going faster than 15-20km/h if anyone has any ideas what this could be id really appreciate some help

i also do not have spacers so that could be an option i suppose
What wheels are you running? Factory wheels with 33" tires may rub the control arms and from airdam.
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Unread 06-04-2013, 08:51 AM   #3
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16" steelies... the thing is the noise is comming from the back passenger side im thinking maybe something to do with tge break
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Have you checked the rear calipers and pads> Due to the EBS you will wear out at least 2 sets of rear pads to every set of front pads..
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Unread 06-05-2013, 07:01 PM   #5
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I heard the noise when I put 35's on and went mudding and heard that noise for 4 days so I took it in and they took the wheels off and washed it and now there's no more noise lol hope your luck is as good as mine cheers
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Unread 06-05-2013, 07:31 PM   #6
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hey guys so i just got 33" tires on my sahara and i have a 4' lift... since the tires went on every time i do a moving left hand turn (not from stop unless i get to 20km/h in the turn) i hear this grinding noise similar to a warn break or as if something was in my breaks like a rock... but i figure its not that as it only happens in a left turn while going faster than 15-20km/h if anyone has any ideas what this could be id really appreciate some help

i also do not have spacers so that could be an option i suppose
4 feet of lift!

But really we need some specs on the wheels to help you out. Stock wheels? Aftermarket? If aftermarket what are the specs on it.
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