Hey guys/gals, happy hump-day!
Well, just yesterday I had the second oil change on my Jeep as I just ticked over the 10,000 mile mark, and I'm still loving it as much as day 1! The dealership said they usually recommend that every other oil change they rotate the tires, and this being my second oil change, they suggested that I rotate mine. I agreed that it's a good idea so they went ahead and rotated them. Well, after driving it yesterday afternoon and today I've really noticed that the tires are singing quite loudly. They never did this before the rotation, and honestly I've been quite happy with the low amount of road noise I can hear, even on the highway. I've got the hard top on now, and it's usually very quiet. I'm running my stock BFG MT's that come standard on the Rubi's and have never noticed them making much noise, even with the top and doors off this summer. Now, they're singing like crazy!! They're really making that "wah-wah-wah-wah" noise, and you can hear it growing and growing as you pull away and gather speed.
Could this be a result of the tires rolling or wearing differently now that they're all in different positions after the rotation? Has anyone else experienced this? Is it normal, or could there be an underlying issue? I mean, I'm not running Buckshots or Super Swampers here, these are the stock MT's! Any insight is greatly appreciated.