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When taking a right or left turn , going slowly sounds as if tires are rubbing ? otherwise truck runs good, any solutions?

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You tires may be to big for your truck. turn your wheel and look at them to see if they are rubbing. it my be rubbing on a plastic cover they put on under the wheel wels to keep the water from flying into the vehicle while driving while raining

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