I just replaced a CV axle that was shot in my 93 civic ex. Low and behold I found my brake caliper was seized at the same time. Anyways, after dealing with VatoZone and Retard Auto Parts (advance) over a couple days... I got them replaced. Hey no problems, drove like a champ, bled the front brakes real good so all seems good. EXCEPT:
For some reason, when I'm turning (front or reverse) at full lock, I'm getting a light rubbing/grinding sound. It honestly feels like tire rub, but it all looks good underneath, and I really haven't messed with anything else than the axle and caliper. I only popped the lower ball joint and forks to push the hub outta the way for axle removal.
Could this be the sound of a bad axle maybe? Its not the tell-tale click sound so that's why I'm confused, but it drives fine. Any ideas?