So recently my truck was pulling right and getting noisy almost as if i had a flat tire or really heavy mud tires on the front left tire of my truck. I took it to goodyear got it aligned and figured I would get my tires and wheels balanced while at it. I spoke to the tech without telling him what I heard he then without my bias confirmed my assumption and he told me my front left tire was WAY! out of alignment but every other tire was fine. Than he said when he balanced my rims and tires its best to put the balance weights down the middle on the backside of the rim. He said the guy who did it before him put them on the outside and inside of the back on the rim therefore I have prob been driving around on unbalanced rims and tires. SO what I am facing now is when I drive my truck my tires are now louder in the rear because he did rotate them and there is a slight vibration only when I am coasting with no gas coming from the rear. I figured that front left tire was moved back there and due to the unbalanced rims and tires since I have bought them they prob were wearing incorrectly before and now they are wearing correctly so they are going to be a little rough until they even.
Is this true? what do you all think?
Sorry for such the long story.