Off road tires on jeep wrangler, wierd humming noise when going above 35?
i just got my first car and whenever i accelerate above 35mph i hear a humming noise coming from the front tires, my parents say its because i have off road tires on the jeep but i think its something else. the noise doesnt stop if my foots off the gas as long as im going over 35 and the sound increases as i go faster.
- dowdLv 44 years ago
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- 7 years ago
all terrain tires or off roading tires will make noise because of the dimension and tread design.
also, if your tires are cupped or feathered due to steering or suspension issues, then the noise can get worse.
- 7 years ago
Your parents are right man I've had 2 trucks with 33 super swampers and 37 bajas they hum because their not street tires
- gee-manLv 77 years ago
It is because you have off road tires,the only way you can get it to not do that is to have some regular street and highway tires on it. So start saving your money to get some,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,