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Tires rub inside fenders

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Tires on your Volvo rub inside the fenders

Here are the symptoms:
Your Volvo drives and handles fine, but the tires rub the
inside of the fenders when you turn hard left or hard right.
This is most often noticed when turning into a parking spot.

Here are the possible causes:
1. The most likely cause is the steering stops need to be adjusted.
2. You also could have tires wider than recommended for your car.
3. Or, you could have rims with offsets that do not fit your axle hubs.

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