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      10-08-2008, 11:38 AM   #1
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Maybe I'm losing my mind...

but i feel like my rear wheels are rubbing when turning. i'm still using OEM suspension and 18". anyone else is noticing this? or i'm just like the title of this thread.

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      10-08-2008, 11:49 AM   #2
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but i feel like my rear wheels are rubbing when turning. i'm still using OEM suspension and 18". anyone else is noticing this? or i'm just like the title of this thread.

I feel the same thing and I run H&R sport with 19" oem wheels
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There is a thread somewhere about this - consensus seems to be differential noise.
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it's the differential. have them change the fluid there is a service bulletin about this. I had same problem. I think the clutches in the differential lock up on tight turns.
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How fast and tight for the problem to occur?
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oh, thanks. i'll remind them next time i'm in for service then.
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