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    Default Chevy Silverado 2500 HD Diesel Tire Rub

    I put 305 tires on my truck when I first bought it in 2003 with no tire rub. I just put my third set on and I now have a little tire rub when I come out of a driveway or if I turn the steering wheel all the way to one side. My truck has 125,000 miles on it. Does anyone have any ideals why after years this set rubs now?

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    sounds like torsion bar adjustment is needed
    2004 Silverado 2500 HD 6.0L,Diablo Tuner, K&N, 9" custom suspension lift, 2" body lift 3" cowl induction hood, 37" Toyo M/T's 18" incubus wheels. Comp Cams 212/218 lsa 114, E-fan. Dual shock kit, Es bushings, moog chassis front end.

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    X2 on getting the alignment checked or you may have to crank the torsion bars to give you some added clearence and then have it aligned.
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    Tuff Country 6" lift, 35" Toyo M/T's on 20" Ultra Peacemaker wheels, Quadzilla Stealth2 programmer, Diamond Eye 5" cat-back exhaust, factory Special order color Yellow.

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    The alignment guy said I could not rase the torsion bars because I am at the max camber.

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    That is odd.. The leveling kit would be the best way to go I assume, unless new torsion bars are needed.

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