Would probably be a good idea to service the bearings & hubs as soon as possible. It may or may not be the source of the noise, but it isn't worth risking an exploded bearing to just wait & see. Besides, the overall condition of the bearings & spindles will tell you a lot about how the RC has been maintained.Dodge crazy said:the truck has 172 000 miles. and i only got it about a month ago i dont know the history of anything on it
Then maybe you should read the whole thread.lopaka311 said:I'm still asking about tire size as tire rub from to big of tires can cause a grinding/ binding feel and sound.
Regardless, fender rub sounds exactly like, well, fender rub. I think that anybody experiencing fender rub would know what it was right away.Dodge crazy said:auto hubs, 33" they're not rubbing i checked. its pretty much stock danna 44's
One....lopaka311 said:auto hubs? locking. tire size etc.
84prospector360 said:auto hubs, 33" they're not rubbing i checked. its pretty much stock danna 44's
Two....lopaka311 said:what size tires does it have they may be rubbing on turns
Three....lopaka311 said:I'm still asking about tire size as tire rub from to big of tires can cause a grinding/ binding feel and sound.
"Skimming?"....no one is immune....but....KThaxton said:Then maybe you should read the whole thread.
Yep....that'll do it every time.... ....lopaka311 said:it happens especially when reading from bottom to top and dealing with a 4 year old that doesn't "need" a nap thus is throwing a hissy fit while trying to keep up with whats going on.