I've got an '85 Jimmy with a 4" lift and 35" x 12.5" x 15" BFG Muds, and I just noticed a strange rubbing sound (metallic) coming from the wheels/ brakes area. Here's how it goes: it sounds like running a nail thru a comb or something. Speeds up as I speed up, slows down as I slow down. Here's the weird part: if I turn the steering wheel to the left, it gets louder, if I turn to the right, it just about goes away. Also, when I apply the brakes, it (the sound) also stops. I don't have a heckufa lot of time to find the problem, but I visually checked in there yesterday (without removing the wheel), and it looks like it might possibly be the wheel balancing weights (the ones that stick onto the inside of the wheel) rubbing on the caliper. But if that were the case, wouldn't the weights just fall off? And why does it stop when steering to the left? Anyone have any idea what it could be? BTW, this could be related, but I don't know. My alignment seems to be off. I need to hold the steering wheel at about 11 oclock to drive straight. I tried to get an alignment job, but the mechanic said that the only adjustment he could make was the toe (and it was pretty much dead on). He said everything else is in a fixed position. Is this true? Isn't there something that can be adjusted to make it drive straight with the steering wheel at 12 oclock? Any help would be greatly appreciated. One more thing.... where the heck to I find a jack tall enough to lift my truck off the ground without using blocks????