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Hoping for some insight here.

Last week I got a wheel alignment and ever since then, there is a horrific grinding sound every time I make a hard left turn (even worse if I’m in reverse). It comes from the passenger side and I can even feel it in the steering wheel.

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2 months ago I snapped my front drive shaft. I removed it with plans of replacing it when finances free up.

I also have 15 inch level 8’s and Synergy drag-link and I’m concerned that there could be a spacing issue although I don’t know why it would only be acting up now.

My wife is 9 months pregnant so having her get in the rig to turn the wheel is out of the question.

I would love to hear your thoughts on what can be causing this.
 

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Another possibility, the steering wheel isn't centered so it's engaging stability control. It can feel like grinding. Do you have a procal or anything? Check the steering centering?
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
problem solved.

15 inch wheels with synergy Draglink = mangled mess

+ 1.5 inch spacers = no more grinding and super aggressive stance :)
 
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