Well, I’ll see what my dealership does to remedy the solution.I have the same concern about putting on wide wheels.
I've been trying to get a decent recording of the sound with the spacers on, then I'll try for another recording without the spacers. I'm not convinced removing the spacers makes the problem go away completely.
The shop that did my lift/tires/spacers is stumped. They hear the noise while driving but don't know what the issue is. There is no noise if they put the Jeep on a lift and turn the wheels.
They’ll probably say they aren’t required to do anything BECAUSE we lifted it.
Which has no way in the slightest of effecting the rear diff.
Which is why I’m going in, and not my wife, mainly because I understand the mechanics of it.