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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-14-2013, 12:18 PM Thread Starter
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I have 12 350 dually and owned a dually before but never noticed a grinding noise in the process of making the tight turns....Is this normal? It's stock as well.

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Is it like a metal on metal grind or more like a chatter or groaning noise. If it is the later you just might need some friction modifier in the rear differential. I like the Ford stuff the best but boy does it smell.

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If you hear it from the rear with the windows down, it is the tires trying to break loose. These things have gobs of torque.

I have a bump under my feet when I am turning left or right. Had the same thing in my 06. Dealer replaced my cab mounts and it went away. Still need to take this truck in and have it done.

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