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Tyre rubing inner wheel arch

Tyre rubing against inner wheel arch lining when on full right lock on rhd s60 d5

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There are updated steering stops for the rack system that will alleviate this problem.

But it is a give and take situation, because it will reduce your turning radius even more.

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