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My 98 dodge Dakota driver side upper ball joints rubbing on my rim I just replaced my upper and lower ball joints but I put a 3 in lift on my truck with new mud tires I don't know if its my wheel bearing or not but my tire doesn't move (up or down nor side to side) once in the air so I ruled my wheel bearing kind of out my only thoughts r that my torsion bars r not aligned right or my ball joint may be loose just looking for other opinions to y this is happening.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I replaced the rack and
You have to get it aligned at a shop after messing with your steering geometry. Your tires could be pointing in towards each other or pointing out away from each other. It's called toe in or toe out.
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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