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Old 10-24-2016, 09:29 PM   #15
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Please if you do not check into the situation any further at least consider checking the inside of that tire occasionally to make sure it's still not rubbing time to time from rough road/pothole sidewall flex.
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Peter our 99 Windsor did the same thing as what yours. the last person that installed tires put the 1/4" spacer between the duals instead of behind them next to hub and drum which caused the inside wheel to rub on the torque arm bolt. a quick check with a tape measure should show the same distance from the wheel to suspension left to right
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A spacer!! You learn something new all the time.
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