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In the right rear I get a rubbing noise when making a left turn or during rapid acceleration.

Had a flat tire and had to drive in rim for about a mile. Replaced rim and tire now have a rubbing noise in the rear passengers side. The noise occurs during rapid acceleration or when making a left hand turn.

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If the tire started coming apart it could have hit the brake dust cover and bent it.

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