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tire rub fix?

On my powerstroke i have noticed my tire rubs only when turning sharp right on the passenger side. It is rubbing the front leafs. What would maybe cause this. Thanks
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lifted? maybe the wheel has more turns right than left and your pitman arm is off slightly. could need adjusting

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yea 6" lift, im going to have it looked at i was driving down the road and my wheel bearing went out so im getting it towed to the front end shop and having them replace it and adjust it while its there
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On my powerstroke i have noticed my tire rubs only when turning sharp right on the passenger side. It is rubbing the front leafs. What would maybe cause this. Thanks
its just from running larger tires. i run 355/65/r18 and they rub on both sides at nearly full lock. I just deal with it cause anymore backspacing or wheel spacers are just asking for trouble. but sean is right you mine want to have your alignment checked


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Thanks for the help guys!
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