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Old 02-02-2015, 08:07 PM   #1
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20" boss wheels brake noise

Hello everyone! I need some advice. I have a 2014 mustang v6 with about 12,000 miles. I recently added some boss 338 20" wheels, the fronts are 255 and rear 295. just today i heard it make some nocking noise when i lightly press the brakes at a low speed, im going to take it to ford on wednesday morning but i dont know if the wheels would void my warranty and if the wheels are making the problem! HELP!!! Someone pls


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Believe it or not technically wheels can be a problem. I don't like to use the word void because they won't void it, they will just deny the repair claim. Bigger wheels weigh more and cause undo stress on some parts of the car. Do you have any other tires and wheels you can put on?
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I have my stock wheels, i was thinking of throwing them on and taking it in but i need advice


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Drive around with the stockers and see if it still makes noise. If so I'd take it in with the stock set up. Just avoid the issue if you can.
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Believe it or not technically wheels can be a problem. I don't like to use the word void because they won't void it, they will just deny the repair claim. Bigger wheels weigh more and cause undo stress on some parts of the car. Do you have any other tires and wheels you can put on?

I have my stock wheels, i was thinking of throwing them on and taking it in but i need advice



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Drive around with the stockers and see if it still makes noise. If so I'd take it in with the stock set up. Just avoid the issue if you can.

Thanks i will do that hopefully the wheels aren't the problem otherwise i would have to get rid of them


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Loose lugnuts maybe. Have you tried re-torquing them?
Any Vibration while driving and were the retaining clips taken off of the brake rotors before install.
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Loose lugnuts maybe. Have you tried re-torquing them?
Any Vibration while driving and were the retaining clips taken off of the brake rotors before install.

I will take off all my wheels tomorrow and check all that out. And make sure everything is tight thanks


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