Q: Tire Rub on 66 mustang

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Whenever I go over a bump or more that 2 people are in the car, I can hear the back drivers side wheel rub. Do I need stiffer shocks? Are the tires too big for the car?

My car has 16500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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