Went to go rotate my tires the other day, and when I did the swap I started driving, I noticed a ticking noise that you can hear <45 mph. So I took the wheels off and noticed my break calipers had scratches on them :surprised:. Note and please don't laugh even though I am to myself right now typing this, but I never rotated the wheels properly on my prior set until I was rotating my tires/changing oil at my friends house, so I'll just leave it at that :lol: So I swapped the wheels back and called Firestone who had installed/balanced my new tires (all four). Brought it back to them and they said that I don't have enough clearance between my rims and my caliper for the weights to clear. I do not have stock rims. My setup is Eagle Alloy 140 Series 17" wheels with on 275x75xR17 Firestone Destination A/T's on them. The guy at Firestone told me to "grind" some of my caliper down to allow the clearance for the wheel weights. He said they used the thinnest "sticky weight" they can have used. Going back to rotating the tires, not only did I notice this ticking noise, but the trucks stability/alignment was definitely off. Can someone head me in the right direction? I don't think "grinding" my brake calipers is a good idea, and I actually had plans of plasti-dipping my rims or repainting them, so what am I supposed to do in that case? *I would've posted a picture, but if your wondering the scratches aren't that bad, but obviously still bad enough to hear a ticking sound.