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Steering noise I have a 2001 gmc sonoma short bed.It has oversized tires.( 235/70 R15 ) when I turn it sounds like something is rubbing undernieth the steering wheel.I know that my tires rub but I'm in the process of deciding wheather to go one size or two sizes smaller in front. Could this be why I have this noise???

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The noise you are hearing is most likely from the tires. If you like the the tires try wheel spacers or if its a 4x4 try cranking the torsion bars, but make sure you do them equally

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