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Old 12-21-2012, 11:55 PM
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Horrible sound when backing up. Give me your opinion on the problem!

Ok I'm going to do my best at explaining this. When I back up and turn my wheel my front passenger tire or something on that side makes a horrible sound, I'm not sure if its grinding or hanging or what. It almost feels like my tire is dragging when its backing up. It only happens for a second but you can really feel it in the steering wheel. Anyone have any idea on this?
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would guess tie rods...could be outers or inners
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Do you have the wheel turned at a severe angle? The front alignment angle on the SRT along with the low profile tires makes the front-end create noises and a jumpy/pop-and-release /jerking feeling when the wheel is turned severely and you are reversing.

Try turning the wheel at a less severe angle. It has been discussed here numerous times and is normal. It will make you cringe if there are loose stones on the asphalt and you reverse with the wheel turned hard. You might swear the front end is coming apart.
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Ok I'm going to do my best at explaining this. When I back up and turn my wheel my front passenger tire or something on that side makes a horrible sound, I'm not sure if its grinding or hanging or what. It almost feels like my tire is dragging when its backing up. It only happens for a second but you can really feel it in the steering wheel. Anyone have any idea on this?
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would guess tie rods...could be outers or inners
I don't know very much when it comes to stuff like this but this was my first guess
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Do you have the wheel turned at a severe angle? The front alignment angle on the SRT along with the low profile tires makes the front-end create noises and a jumpy/pop-and-release /jerking feeling when the wheel is turned severely and you are reversing.

Try turning the wheel at a less severe angle. It has been discussed here numerous times and is normal. It will make you cringe if there are loose stones on the asphalt and you reverse with the wheel turned hard. You might swear the front end is coming apart.
Well I don't have the SRT, just the replica 20's. It does it while I'm rolling backwards and it seems while I'm turning not while the wheel is already turned. As I try to think of it I can't but it seems to happen while I'm rolling and in the process of turning. I have thought that as well about hitting stones and stuff maybe that's what it was but I have gotten out and looked and their be nothing but smooth asphalt.
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Well I don't have the SRT, just the replica 20's. It does it while I'm rolling backwards and it seems while I'm turning not while the wheel is already turned. As I try to think of it I can't but it seems to happen while I'm rolling and in the process of turning. I have thought that as well about hitting stones and stuff maybe that's what it was but I have gotten out and looked and their be nothing but smooth asphalt.
It might just be the wheels and low profile tires but it doesn't hurt to have the front-end checked out anyway.

Although you don't have an SRT, your alignemt angle isn't much different. It usually happens on the SRT during the process of turning similar to what you describe, once you pass a certain point of the wheel being turned. I use a less severe turn angle to avoid it. I just turn a certain amount and no more.

It will do it on perfectly smooth asphalt and at first it made me think I had something terribly wrong in the front-end.
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Maybe your right daddy but what makes me worry is it only started happening here recently. It always hasnt happened, hopefully one day next week maybe I can get it on the lift and check everything out.
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Get the front end checked.
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any time you put the srt wheel on the r/t cars, even if just a "replica" you must run a 3mm spacer on the front wheels in order for the rim to not hit the upper control arm. the rubbing only happens when backing up with the wheel turned sharply, but it still not very nice to hear. without the spacers you can not fix this issue without grinding the area on the control arm that is hitting. commom problem for r/t owners using srt wheels.
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any time you put the srt wheel on the r/t cars, even if just a "replica" you must run a 3mm spacer on the front wheels in order for the rim to not hit the upper control arm. the rubbing only happens when backing up with the wheel turned sharply, but it still not very nice to hear. without the spacers you can not fix this issue without grinding the area on the control arm that is hitting. commom problem for r/t owners using srt wheels.
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