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Roar after t-bar crank???

I have a roar when I turn a certain way and at a certain speed...is this because I didnt get an alignment after I cranked them???

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it may be an alignment issue. I would go get an alignment anyways. if its still doing it after the alignment then that obviously isnt the issue.
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My truck roared a bit right after I put on the lift, went away after getting tires/alignment.
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