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I'd suggest it's a tire too. A lot of spinning in a stuck condition can slip a belt, or even wear down a portion of the tread. You can actually cause tires to catch fire spinning them in snow and ice from the friction (a drunk did just that around here a couple nights ago.)

Any pulling condition is urgent enough to get it looked at as soon as possible.

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