So I went wheeling last weekend and had a blast. However, I came down decently hard a few times, but from what I could tell only on my side rails and that's about it. But now when I accelerate from a dead stop, whenever I pass about 750-1000 rpm I hear a grinding noise (or like noise like a baseball card in some bicycle spokes but deeper and less fast).
Does anyone have any idea as to what this could be? As a side note, after wheeling, my steering wheel was also cockeyed from what it normally is as well. As in, when my car is going straight my steering wheel is in a slight left hand turn position.
I am still new to wheeling and krawling and am still also learning about the ins and outs of my jeep so I have no idea. Any help would be much appreciated so when I do take it in to have it checked I can sound intelligent and also so I learn a little bit more about my jeep.
Black 2012 MW3 4-door Rubi, Teraflex 2.5" lift, Rugged Ridge Wheels, Goodyear Duratrac 35s, Smittybilt XRC GEN2 front and rear bumper, fender armor and rock rails, Custom Grille wrap-Kryptek Typhon Camo, Warn 10-S Zeon Platinum, EVO Full-Protek Skid plates, Cobra 29 LX CB Radio, MetalCloak Fender liners, HIDProjectors Lights, S-pod, Genesis Offroad Dual battery kit, Rigid Industries 50" Light bar