I drove the car to a friends place and it still does it when going over small bumps and when turning the wheel. Any advice would be appreciated this is my daily driver. Only when I turn the wheels though. The tire rubbing noise was getting annoying so I called my local Volvo dealership. I have XD Badlands 779 20"x9" with a -12mm offset. Sometimes called an "executive car", the S80 was and continues to be Volvo's top-of-the-line passenger car.
I mention this because turning left will make the tire rub worse in that area and straightening the wheel will then lessen the noise. My stock tires and after market tire/wheel setup on my 2013 rub on the inner fender when turning left. You should hear nothing except the very faint rub of the brake pads. theres no evidence of wheel rub what so ever. When you rotate them, especially if they “X” rotated them, you can notice some noise as the slight uneven wear makes itself known…Usually, the noise slowly fades away as the wear pattern equalizes… Front right tire rubbing on bumper when turning left.
When you turn, the axles move forward & backwards (left axle moves forward on a left turn, right axle moves forward on a right turn). They finished Friday and I drove it home. The tires on my S60 R rub when I m turning max U turns and parking most often . Steering wheel won't turn left We just replaced the inner tie rods and put everything back together and went to test drive the car and the steering wheel won't turn left. After polishing them up I put them on my truck and they rub on the inside fenderwell.
I just found out that my right wheel is rubbing the wheel well splash guard when turning hard right but the guard is actually pretty lose so it won't do a thing to the tire not sure if that will hod true for the SS's I hear this metal-rubbing-metal kind of sound when I make very sharp turns (wheel turned all the way for a u-turn, for example). housing in new cars rubbing against I need to get my rear suspension up about an inch as my rear tires are rubbing inside the rear fender lip. The Tires are not new and do not rub. Tire rubbing is dangerous and can cause a tire blow out. It is significantly more noticable on the driver's side and feels like a flat tire.
2 months ago the noise was faint, but noticeable. Turn the wheel to full lock either side and you'll see it touching in a static state. Huw Turn the wheel all the way to one side, and measure between the tire and wheel well at the closest point. 9L all time AWD limited edition if that helps . I have a 6 Skyjacker lift in it and an extra leaf in the rear.
I moved the control arms to the outer holes and no rub but then there is not enough tie rod left to secure them. This is why I could not run 32x11. The control arms were mounted to the inner holes and the tires rubbed when turning hard. Second thing would be the wheel bearing, but usually when you hear a "rubbing" sound it means the wheel bearing is about to explode (or has exploded already). i dont know what the bar is but i was wondering why I read a lot of post about this tire rubbing issue when the steering is turned completely left or right.
It almost sounds like my drivers side front tire is rubbing. Still only for the first 5-10 minutes of driving then it's smooth. Bad Wheel Bearings If your car makes noise when turning and it's the grinding type, the most likely cause is bad or worn out wheel bearings. Any suggestions as to what to look at first would be greatly appreciated. So far I've only noticed it when I turn left.
Only to notice that I have some tire rubbing when I am turning. My mechanic did a courtesy check of alignment, balance and tire pressure about two weeks ago, but didn't find anything that could've caused the sound. I have an 09' 4x4 1500 Silverado Texas Edition. So, the next day, I brought it to the alignment shop, hoping this would solve my problems. The only symptom I have is a very light scrubbing/rubbing of the brake pads when I spin the tires by hand and when the van is jacked up off the ground.
Usually when using oversized tires or wrong size, offset, or width will cause tire rub. The steering stop is a projection on the front spindle casting. It sounded like a dust shield rubbing on an uneven brake rotor. Typically, the shock perch sits right above the tire and a slightly larger tire can come in contact with this when turning. Looking up from under the inner fender I drilled a hole through the Front inner liner will get rubbed by wheel/tire combo at full lock depending on caster settings.
After he replaced them, my car was WAAAY out of alignment- pulling to the left and I could hear some sort of rubbing when turning corners. Ive taken it to a local transmission shop and after driving it they said they didn't notice anything, but I am sure there is an issue in the works and I'm trying desperately to head it off. Changed the rotors, and finally rotated the tires. Your vehicle is a lot like a good bird dog, saddle horse, or trained hunting falcon: It's often trying to tell you something important. When driving I keep hearing a sort of soft scrubbing noise coming from the driver's side front tire.
When I got into the car last Thursday night (travel for work, so hadn't driven it since the previous Sunday) I noticed a rythmic rubbing/grinding in the front right wheel well, even when rolling in the driveway. This is most noticeable in hot weather which causes some parts to expand. So is my leveling kit going to solve my problem if it is 2 1/2"? My tires did not rub with 265/70R16's but the 265/75R16's do. 1999 to 2016 Super Duty - Little Tire Rubbing Issue - I just installed a set of 385/70R16 (38x15) on to my truck ('02 F250 v10) and I have a little rubbing issue on the rear of the front inner fender. I'm having some noise come from the front end.
It has been doing this for several months. I have '50 Coupe and am running 16 x 7 MkVII alloys ( I knowOT) with 215/65-16 tires. I guess it could be rubbing but I wouldn't know on what b/c my tires don't on the other side. “My brakes squeak” is one of the most common complaints about brakes. When the tire is completely turned, you can barely put a finger between the tire and fender well.
This does not happen all the time however. Depending on your truck, the tire could be rubbing on a plastic fender liner/insert, it could rub on the frame or other steel component, or it could rub on the outer fender itself. Kumho tires. I would pull the wheels man and look for signs of rubbing, or anything that might have moved causing that groaning when the wheels are turned. The harder the right the louder the sound.
DONT CUT INTO THE BUSHING CUP, CUT AROUND IT! The bushing cup is the dipped part that the top bushing sits in. 5x15 on AE 589's with 3" rancho. This can cause the the plastic on the back of some steering wheels to rub against the cowling on the steering column. When i put the two new ones on front, the noise all but went away. .
This is only the front right side. I do not have to turn the wheel much at all and the "rubbing" sound is both felt and heard. Before adjusting anything, check that the rubbing sound isn’t the result of a larger problem. When you hit a bump or go off road driving, your tires will rub more than usual. - Answered by a verified Ford Mechanic and it makes a sound like the tires tires rubbing?? 07-14-2007, 05:03 PM i have 265/75/16 mud dawgs on my rubicon and when i turn the wheel all the way to the left its fine, when i turn it all the way to the right it rubs.
Our recommendation is to go with the recommended overall tire size when doing OEM size or plus sizing. I pushed in the tire at the top and there is not any movement or clunking just the rubbing on the turn. 5 with 235-40-17 bridgestone tires. Over the past 6 months, my T180 has developed a rubbing sound coming from the front wheels when the car is moving and turning left or right. Here's where I am with the diagnosis right now: The sound is obvious when I turn left at speed, but inaudible when I turn left slowly.
The sound does change with speed. It looks like bottom of the fender wells could almost puncture the tires. I hear a clunk clunk clunk as if I'm running something over with my tires because I can feel it in my steering wheel. But I So I brought it to the shop that placed my leveling kit and tires on and they rotated the tires and checked the wheel bearings for me saying they were good. We've had alignment checked, tires checked, new boots installed, brakes are brand new.
Com : 4x4 and Off-Road Forum The steering stop is a projection on the front spindle casting. when turning in either direction , with slight turn the noise is minimal , but with harder turns as in u turns or as you'd do in a cul de sac ( did i spell that right ) it get's louder . They rub on the front wheels back side of the inner fender well liner pretty heavily. So I picked it up today seemed fine but then went to back into my parking spot and it started rubbing real bad when turning sharp. The 7" wheels are too wide and I experimented with backspacing.
I have had a recent issue when I start my truck and turn sharply out my drive way at slow speeds. Huw I would like to know if anyone has had this issue and what the resolution has been. When turning, just slightly to the left, --it's more like TOUCHING the steering wheel and gently pushing it to the left-- I can feel a rubbing/vibration in the steering wheel and can also hear it. They rub when turning sharply, it isn't too bad, just gets irritating. I was hearing a rubbing noise (sort of what it sounds like when you turn your wheel while the car is sitting - rubber sound) and that is what they Are you sure the tire isn't rubbing on something during the turn? Yes, that is a truly annoying sound! Sounds like you've done everything possible to get it right, though.
Eagle alloys(17x9) on 315/70/17 with about half tread or so for $300. It only happens when I'm doing a sharp left (slow turn), like a u-turn or a turn in a parking lot. It happens only when we are making a sharp turn (like to make a U-turn or to turn into a parking spot) and only after the car has been driven for a while. When turning left, there is a rubbing sound coming from the right front tire. I know it's not because they're stock size tires.
Whether your car has clunks, creeks, crunching, clicking or whining, we'll walk you through each one of these noises and tell you what they mean for your vehicle and what you need to do to take care of the problem. Repeat this same measurement after turning the wheel fully in the opposite direction. I hear this is a common problem, is there anything that can be done to get rid of that? When I turn left the front passenger tire rubs the inner fender. Right front tire, not rubbing and is a furthur discance from the bumper. I'm riding a 2013 Trek Mamba 29er, with the standard RockShox XC-32 forks, and Bontrager AT-850 wheelset (QR) with Bontrager 29-2 tyres.
The other day I picked up a pretty good deal on a set of rims and tires. It makes sense to me, I just didn't know if there was a certain thickness that would be best. I used a 1/4 inch by 2 inch stainless screw and fender washer to pull the inner fender back to provide clearance for the tire. The tires were not touching anything and it seems there is plenty of room in there. I hear the noise from the front left area.
It doesn't feel like rubbing in the wheel wells or anything. I'm gonna assume you're either lowered a decent amount or have a fairly negative offset on at least a 6" wide wheel. Anyway all was as represented except for this rubbing noise while turning. #5 – Bad Tie I am using a 07 wagon donor but replaced the LCAs with aluminum. Interesting, Makes sense Like the other answers suggested, it is most likely a failing Constant Velocity joint (CV joint).
Doesn't happen when going straight or turning right! Sounds like a differential noise but it's coming from the front/front left area. It sounds like the tire is getting stuck or If your steering wheel is making a loud rubbing noise when turning, the culprit could be the upper bearing on the steering column itself. wheels and when they rub in a tight turn you certainly know about it. The rims appear to be 15x8 with I think a 3. don't know why the the difference in the tires to the bumper.
If you can't find anything down there, go back and listen to everything with the steth. Any idea what it could be? Someone suggested to me that it might just be a worn wheel stopper. Rim brakes rubbing If your brake pads touch against the rims while you are riding, it not only slows you down but it also wears away the pads and rims quickly. Before i got the first two put on a couple weeks ago, there was a sort of rubbing sound as tire spun going down the road, liek it was hitting a bad spot in the tire. When I turn right while driving, I hear a metallic grinding/rubbing noise about every wheel rotation coming from the driver side.
The sound is not loud but has increased over the past 6 months even to the extent that I think it can be heard when driving the car in a straight line. When driving and turning the wheel just a little bit to the right or make a full right hand turn, there is a rubbing/grinding noise. This is on my 06 4x4 yukon. I would prefer not to cut the fender-lining but can't find more details on how to "move" the lining. front tire rubbing against wheel well when turning when turning right into a driveway there is a very loud grinding - Volvo 2001 S80 question The tire rubbing noise- does it sound more like a growl? Does it make the noise only on a left or right turn? Sounds like a wheel bearing to me.
it sounded like a person talking to me in a muffled voice like covering their mouth the first few moa - the first thing I would check is tire balance. After doing this, the tires rub a little bit on the plastic fender well. Rubbing/grinding ?? Thanks for this thread. I experienced this rubbing problem on my 2001 S60 T5 with 78k miles. Mine is 07 2.
There are other possibilities, but this is the most likely. Make sure to look at the shock perch also as it may be rubbing there. It’s rubbing either way when turning, just that when reversing its pulling up on that bumper rather than pushing it out of the way. Had the same issue with my 2015 70D - when turning hard left heard a rubbing noise coming from my right front wheel. Any ideas or suggestions on what could be causing the grinding noise and how I should fix if? Big noise from front differential / wheels when turning in 4WD tire rub at full lock.
Would there be marks on the tires if they were rubbing? I just like the look of a lift with bigger tires and fancy wheels. broke the front axle and messed up both tires which were all replaced everything seems to be running fine but when i make a right grinding/rubbing sound when turning you can sometimes feel play in the jacked up wheel if you grab the tire on both sides and try and move it back and forth, but 2004 S80 front end riding / sitting low; tires rub when turning Help, Advice, Owners' Discussion and DIY Tutorials on the Volvo S80 model. Yesterday I put on my summers and when my steering wheel is slightly off center turned to the left, I hear this slight rubbing sound, it sounds like it's coming from the front passenger tire/wheel wheel. Hi Guys, I have a 2003 Silverado with over 145K miles on it. When I got back I to the truck to see if it worked I noticed a high pitch noise but the rubbing noise was gone.
In my efforts to eliminate the rubbing, I have installed 2 inch wheel extensions on the front of the cart. Front inner liner will get rubbed by wheel/tire combo at full lock depending on caster settings. the tires shouldnt be rubbing at all but for some reason only the right front does! and only when i turn the wheel all the way to the right it rubs against a black bar that runs horizontal with the truck. I know the tire rub is on the outside right side of the tire. When turned to "full lock" the projection hits the lower control arm to prevent turning any further.
_____ Why? I made a kinda sharp turn doing like 35mph and there was a loud noise like the front left tire (during a right turn) was rubbing against something Second, spacers for the wheels will only make the rubbing worse. Whether you’re towing a camper, a boat or a cargo trailer, whatever’s attached to your hitch needs the same attention your vehicle gets. Steering wheel noise could be coming from a lot of different places. This only happens during low speeds and tight turning (like in the parking lot) and it seems to be worse when cold. Pulling the lower fender outward to the right helps.
I just noticed these past couple of days that when I make a sharp turn there is this grinding noise. If the wheel goes over even a small bump under this condition the stop will rub against the control arm and make a loud noise. If you’ve noticed uneven tire wear, your trailer is bouncing or you’re not sure what type of tire is best, here’s a quick FAQ. I’ve tried to switch the tires on the front but it didn’t help. Almost like the front diff is locked up, or the tire is rubbing on something.
When I turn the wheel slightly back to the right, it goes away. They are about 29. I was sitting in a parking lot and I turned the wheel to back out of my spot and I heard a terrible, creaking, metal on metal kind of of sound. I hear this is a common problem, is there anything that can be done to get rid of that? Actually it's a good idea to narrow them up for any full fendered 28-48 ford, helps keep a decent turning radius and prevent the tires from rubbing the fender. I put in the NV245 fluid last week and still have the issue.
– Pᴀᴜʟsᴛᴇʀ2 ♦ Oct 7 '14 at 9:05 Tire Rub On Front Fender Lining I've searched and found a number of comments on cutting or otherwise "moving" the fender lining to prevent rubbing when backing up. Those tires on a 12" wheel usually don't rub, but you didn't mention your wheel specs. Looking behind the right front wheel I noticed a 4" x 1/2" piece of plastic from the wheel well that had gotten bent and was sticking out towards the tire - rubbing when I turned hard left. I have the factory upgrade 17 inch wheels wrapped with 235/45ZR17 General Exclaim UHP tires. If this is the case you will never eliminate the "rubbing/grinding" noise, but only make it more quite depending on the brand of tire chosen.
I am using a 07 wagon donor but replaced the LCAs with aluminum. I've got 275/60 r20 nittos on the truck. If i'm in a hurry and turn right rather quickly, i get a distinct tire rub noise. It should turn fairly easy, but it won't free=spin due to the brake pads rubbing the rotor. I've started to notice recently, that when I turn corners, occasionally my front tyre will rub against the forks, creating sound and reducing speed.
The noise goes away (not completely though) after straightening out (sometimes), and never does it when I turn left. I also lost quite a bit of turning Tires rubbing springs when turning - Pirate4x4. Stance is everything when it comes to looks. the black bar is on both sides of the truck only in the front. I have no lift at all, except the ~1" from the tires O, so that is why they rub.
I looked for signs of rubbing. I did consider that first off but there is no sign of the tires rubbing anywhere. The car has been well maintained and has 65K miles on it. My mechanic first showed me how the left front tire was slightly touching the wheel well when turning left. front tire rubbing against wheel well when turning when turning right into a driveway there is a very loud grinding - Volvo 2001 S80 question OK, I got brave.
Rub marks on the inside of that brand new BFG AT on the drivers side rear tire and a rub mark on the exhaust pipe. Tires rubbing at full turn - will wheel spacers fix? They do rub a bit at full turn, and before I go restrict the turning radius by extending the stops, I wanted to see if wheel spacers would get rid of the rub and stance it out a bit. Its kinda annoying bc its loud but doesn't seem to be messing anything up yet. A CV joint is a special type of universal joint that transmits the rotary power from a sh The other day I picked up a pretty good deal on a set of rims and tires. If you notice any of these sounds, don’t wait to find out what they mean for the future of your vehicle.
I am unable to reproduce the sound with the van jacked up off the ground. Since the swaybar hooks over the axle, if you are lowered a lot, there could definately be rubbing going on between the axle & swaybar. I've looked all over my front fenders and can't see evidence of tire rub. Tires Rubbing! Discussion in ' with just a level and 35's you don't want the wheels sticking out too far or they will rub on the fender when turning. Select wheels and rims that have a combined height that will fall within the clearance measurements, and you can avoid tire rub and bent rims.
I've tested numerous pavements. I have also checked the tire pressure and it's same as all the others What could it be? Less BS of stock 5. They did the alignment, handed me my keys 22X11-8 knobby (round profile) tires installed The tires rub on the frame of the cart when making a sharp left or right turn and when you have people sitting on the rear seat the rear tires rub on the wheel well under the cart. [Archive] rubbing noise during sharp turns Brakes. It will turn all the way right and then back to center and tires turn with it but steering wheel jams when you try to turn The tires on my S60 R rub when I m turning max U turns and parking most often .
I don't see evidence on the tires where it's rubbing but the dealership told me they noticed uneven tire wear but had no more information for clarification. Hi, I have a 2002 Golf and recently my car has been making this grinding noise, like something is rubbing against the tire but only on the left side, when I turn right it goes away but when i turn it just a little to the left it makes this loud noise. I have had my car for over a year (P85+ 13,xxx) and for the past two weeks I am experiencing both front tires rubbing and noise when backing up and turning the wheel at the same time (50% or more to either right or I have a 2003 Ford Expedition that makes a rubbing noise when turning at slow speeds. 5" & they rub on that ridge in the wheel well when turning hard. 98 tj front right tire rubbing since I bought it it has a 1.
But as soon as I figure it out I'll let ya'll know I here a grinding ( 2 metal objects rubbing ) when making a right turn. It doesn't change when I turn in either direction. Tires/wheels are oversized or bumper is hanging. I got 245/70 r17 BFG long trails. I just got my 33' tires put on my 2001 gmc sierra with a 2'' leveling kit.
He is an ASE Certified Master Technician and has bruised knuckles to prove it. the clearance for the caliper and wheel was very close, but as the pad wore down the caliper to wheel gap widened hence no noise even when turning. Lol I'm a Newbie here. I just put on 275x65R20 Nitto Terra Grapplers. I`m wo April 15, 2016 - If your car is making a squealing or squeaking sound when you turn the steering wheel, there could be any of several culprits at play.
As with other Toyotas, the front cab/body mount on '07+ Tundra's is fairly obtrusive into the front fender wells and larger tires and negative offset wheels will make your truck rub when turning. In the past couple of weeks, I've heard a rubbing or scrapping noise coming from the front tire while in a turn or on a curve, I suspect the left side. It will turn all the way right and then back to center and tires turn with it but steering wheel jams when you try to turn yes , i'm back again with more issues from my GC it's a 98 5. Could this be a front hup or cv axle? Fixing Tire Rub from Large Off-Road Tires: Trucks & 4x4 : SoCal SuperTrucks helps us eliminate tire rub on our 2012 Toyota Tundra with its Body Mount Plate First off, I have the factory M-Contour wheels 17x7. (Width, backspace, offset).
If I take the little mud flap off the front, it stops it from rubbing on flat ground. The tires meet factory speks and has never been in an accident. Take your car to Evans Tire & Service Centers for an inspection and routine maintenance. 2004 S80 front end riding / sitting low; tires rub when turning Help, Advice, Owners' Discussion and DIY Tutorials on the Volvo S80 model. It's best to 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 sounds like rumbling / grinding coming from the front passenger side tire.
Tires tend to wear in a pattern, especially tires with a bunch of small blocks in the tread. Problem with tires and rims rubbing on wheel well and inside chasis Suspension, Chassis & Brakes Well, my assumption was it was rubbing when he took a turn. If you run a 35" tire (I do) then the bottom lip of the mount will rub the tire, so I trim the bottom lip further and knock off the edge with a 45" slice, and round all corners with the grinder. Sometimes those little weights they put on the inside of the wheel will fall off, and wheel is no longer balanced. T ire rubbing is what occurs when a tire is coming in contact with part of the car.
Yes they are new rims as well, but a 16" rim is all the same isn't it? I know the tires are a little wider, but the specs show that I can use these tires. I think this also happened about 7500 miles ago on the original tire but it wasn't enough to bother me. The question that I have been wondering for years is how all of these cars are able to turn without major rubbing issues. tire rubbing on the inside of frame when turning sharp actually taking tread off. gets better when I turn to the right worse when I turn to the left.
Less BS of stock 5. The car runs and drives perfectly and only makes the rubbing noise when turning sharply in a parking lot or turning sharply into traffic. Shaking during braking is more than likely the rotors being warped but can also lead back to a bad wheel bearing. It's sounds and feels like the front tires are sliding. When I turn left the front passenger tire rubs the inner fender.
There is very little clearance there when the wheels are at full lock, and an even slightly larger tire or an improper offset aftermarket rim can cause the tire to rub. 7 Things Your Car Is Trying to Tell You. 5 will change rubbing from the inside of the well to the outside when turning since you change the turn radius making your tire stick out further than stock. it's only when the car is in a turn my friend thinks it's something called 'torque grind' if it was a wheel bearing, wouldn't that be griding all the time? One other thing, the tires on the front were replaced a few months ago so they have substantially more tread than the rear tires. I would get the jack out and jack the left front up off the ground and spin the wheel.
i just recently crashed the sentra from the front into a sidewalk. I think it's coming from the front passenger side wheel area. It does not rub when riding and if it rubs in a left turn I have not noticed it. it sounded like a person talking to me in a muffled voice like covering their mouth the first few Trailer and Tire Do’s and Don’ts: Answers to Common Questions. Car makes "scraping" noise when turning 7 Answers.
What would cause a loud rubbing sound in the area of the tires that started on the front driver side and now seems to also be on the rear passenger tire mostly when turning slightly right? might My 2004 S60 makes a loud rubbing noise when I turn the vehicle sharply at low speed. I hadn't noticed until this past weekend and I'm needing to get this fixed quickly, but fixed the right way. I have also checked the tire pressure and it's same as all the others What could it be? I was told by the installer there would be no rub at all when turning sharp with the 18 inch setup but if I went to 20 Rockstars he would have to do some mods to keep from rubbing. This is not pavement related. 22X11-8 knobby (round profile) tires installed The tires rub on the frame of the cart when making a sharp left or right turn and when you have people sitting on the rear seat the rear tires rub on the wheel well under the cart.
All with no success. I never checked for a mark on the wheel wale. Prompt action on your part can keep your car’s engine purring contentedly for years to come no matter where the road ahead takes you. The grinding increases with speed. Not sure where exactly it's rubbing as I said after the first few times we try not to turn the steering wheel all the way when doing u turns etc.
I noticed this noise coming from my girl's 97 Eclipse about 2 months ago. Recently, I started hearing a rubbing noise coming from the driver's side front wheel well while I'm making a hard right turn. I`m wo Bought sight unseen except for 50 or so pictures ( I know I know). It sounded like my tires, but I can’t see where they would be rubbing. If your steering wheel is making a loud rubbing noise when turning, the culprit could be the upper bearing on the steering column itself.
After reading this post I crawled under her and low and behold. I hope you isolate the noise before the rubbing noise turns into a grinding shrieking noise or maybe wear a hole in your wheel well somewhere. yes , i'm back again with more issues from my GC it's a 98 5. There is just something about wheels and tires tucked up into the fender wells that make cars and trucks look absolutely sinister. Interesting, Makes sense The axle could be rubbing against the front sway bar.
Stop going down a rabbit hole of broken or bent suspension parts. #5 – Bad Tie The average turn onto another street or into a parking lot won’t affect much. Brake noises can be annoying, but can also alert us of an upcoming danger. Seemed like it got a bit better for a couple of days and now it's back to the same ol grinding when turning. .
They are designed to be the buffer between axle and the wheel itself, which prevents friction between the two moving parts. Tires are not new and do not rub. The sound is coming from the drivers side wheel well. The only problem is the fronts rub when I turn. I had the rotors replaced a short while ago.
However they are new, but they're still the same size as what was pulled off. Less back spacing and they are too close to the wheel opening lip. When I turn left or hold the wheel straight, there is no noise. When going slow and making a sharp turn, pay attention to where your feet are. So, I made a rookie move and bought tires that have turned out to be a bit to big.
Tires will most likely be rubbing on the fender lining or (depending on offset of the wheels) on the fender lip. _____ After I got the 4/6 done on my truck, I realized the tires were obviously too big. Don't pedal while turning; Pump the pedals instead of normal pedaling, so that only your inside foot goes forward I'm having some noise come from the front end. Eddie spent 35 years in the automotive business with Honda. The unfortunate thing is that I think I already have a problem with it.
What Causes a Grinding Noise When Turning the Steering Wheel? A grinding noise during a turn is typically a sign of a failing constant velocity joint on a front-wheel-drive car. I've been noticing this sound or feeling only when I take right turn. When I had my dodge ram with big a** tires, one day i heard a groaning sound when parking. Any ideas or suggestions on what could be causing the grinding noise and how I should fix if? In my opinion it is probably due to the scrub radius on the front end of the car. 5" offset, the tires are BF Goodrich radial t/a's 225/70/15.
If I use more BS, as these are, tires rub the inner wheel housing when turning into a slope driveway. I saw nothing. 2003 Civic and when you turn left you hear a slight rubbing sound , I looked at the front tires, wheel wells and under the car and didnt see anything out of order. so my guess is a wheel bearing but I would like your opinion. 5s with 80k.
It's taken the paint down now too. stock size. 4WD. Sometimes when I am in motion, and turn the wheel near or full lock, I hear a rubbing type sound & the steering wheel shakes. Assumed the problem was fixed until I noticed the 4x4 High was on.
It's a noticable but not loud sound of metal rubbing on metal. Don't go slow (can't turn the wheel far enough for it to be a problem unless you're going slow). My 2001 I30 is making a noise from the driver's side front wheel when I turn right. Q: I upgraded my wheels to 2007 20 inchers. It only seems to be when I turn real sharp into a parking spot or pulling a U turn.
Are your tires the stock size? I used to frequently see people come in with their S-cars with the same symptom and it was the tire tread rubbing on the edge of the engine cradle. When I jack the car up and the tires off the ground and try to turn the wheels they just barely touch the inside of the fender. Is see a difference in the distance from the right front wheel to the bumper, which is the one rubbing on the bumpter when I turn left. 1. Anyone got any other ideas I could try before throwing 1100 bucks at a transfer case and motor? I adjusted my steering stops and it still has some rubbing .
it was an econo box (Chev AVEO) and the steel wheels are very flimsy, everytime you turn the steering wheel one way you would get that scraping/grinding noise. 5 lift I believe (has When I turn left the front passenger tire rubs the inner fender. Loud tire noise when turning wheel to the right Hi Guys, Just suddenly (say over about 250miles) developed a strong tire noise when I turn the wheel to the right and I can feel the tire grooves through the car: it happens after about 20mph. Mine does it, only at full lock though. When I go more then a full rotation and a quarter on I just like the look of a lift with bigger tires and fancy wheels.
moa - the first thing I would check is tire balance. I was told that I could buy wheel spacers to stop this. While spinning the tire listen for any weird noises. everything looked fine any ideas on what I could check next? thanks My left front tire is rubbing the control arm. The constant velocity joint provides power to the front wheels, allowing the car to turn.
I've removed the wheel n bent back the brake shield to no luck. I have also checked the tire pressure and it's same as all the others What could it be? SoCal. Was doing it a little bit, then I had brand new tires put on and it's doing it worse. When i jumped in her car to get the other two tires put on the back this weekend, the noise was there again. I installed some 2" wheel spacers to bring the tires out a bit since I feel like it looks a little strange with the tires so far under the truck.
Well we now have a solution to eliminate that embarrassing rub! Cut into that CMC and weld on our new CMC boxing plates. tires rubbing when turning
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