Ron - In your case it is a bad panhard rod bushing.
On Dec 28, 2007 6:46 AM, Ronald J. Ray <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a possible similar problem with my BT7.
> When I make a hard/fast right hand turn (which seems to be describe most
> turns I make), it sounds like something is rubbing at the right rear tire
> area. It is clearly a rotating type sound, which goes away once the car
> moving in a straight forward direction again.
> I've removed the brake drum and upon inspection every thing seemed to be
> All bearings and bushings related to the rear suspension and axle are new
> within 3 years.
> The tires are 165, so not oversized at al. And there are no signs of the
> inner tire rubbing on anything.
> Any suggestions?
> Ron Ray
> -----Original Message-----
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> Sent: Thursday, December 27, 2007 10:27 PM
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> Subject: [Healeys] Rear End Alignment
> When I make a hard left turn, my right rear tire rubs against the bolts
> securing the rebound bumper box (on the inside of the wheel well). I'm
> running Vredestein Sprint Classic 185/70R15 tires--a bit oversized but not
> outrageous. Anyway, it appears the rear axle is skewed towards the
> I don't suppose there's any way to adjust the rear axle placement WRT the
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