I've had lowered springs and running 225/40/18's tires for several years now without problems. However, as of the last year I have had a strange issue with my rear right tire. It seems that occasionally when it rains or I drive the car hard and take a sharp right turn, that rear tire pushes into the inside of the car and rubs against the control arm causing the tire to lock up and making my car turn sideways! This has happend several times in the last year and finally that tire blew. Looking at the tire, the inside of the tire was rubbed down more than the outside of the tire. I got new tires put on yesterday and the shop said that I should look into wheel spacers but they don't install them. The weird thing is that I never had this problem for the first few years that I had the springs. Could it be a suspension problem? I'm really not sure what to do...