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tms1989

Tire wants to roll under itself

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Hey all,

 

Forgive my lack of technical terms when I describe this but I have been having an issue with steering lately. Whenever I turn backwards to the right at full lock like I keep getting a rubbing noise and a clicking.  It feels like the truck is fighting itself to go backwards and it feels like the tire is trying to roll under itself . After going out and checking by the right tire and as you see in the picture below I have rubbing in these two parts. I was wondering if it was possible that the center link had been put in backwards causing this part to be misaligned? The last owner of the truck redid the whole front end so nothing is original. Any tips are appreciated!

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Do you have more pics of different angles? Kinda difficult to address this topic with this one pic. You could get two jacks and lift the front from the the lower control arms and shake the front wheel side to side and watch the steering components to see what they are doing.

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