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Old 05-20-2010, 02:55 PM   #1
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Now i'm no tech in the automotive industry or anything, but I do have an issue with my jeep. i got this jeep about 3 months ago and had no trouble with it until this. my 99 grand cherokee limited has done wonders for me but when i turn it seems like the wheel is rubbing against the wheel well. the sound comes from one wheel at a time from different wheels at different times and at different kinds of turns. Ive looked at all 4 tires and there is no sign of wear and tear. the wheels are the correct size for the jeep, and i dont drive like a maniac.

any ideas on what's going on?
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Old 05-20-2010, 03:50 PM   #2
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is it a clicking noise or a grinding noise?
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if your rubbing look in the inner fender well and on the lower control arm. according to my Jeep the stock tire size is a 215/75 R15 or the optional 225/75 R15
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i think my standard is a p245/70r16. there's no sign of rubbing anywhere that i can tell. if there is, im not knowledgeable enough to notice where it could be
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