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Old 03-26-2017, 09:14 PM #1
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Wheel bearing noise?

I'm getting what appears to be a wheel bearing growl/humming noise in the front while drive above about 50mph. It feels like it's coming from right under my feet while I drive.

So far what I've done to remedy the situation:

Replaced the LF wheel bearing, kept the hub because it looked fine.
Changed the gear oil in the front diff and transfer case. (V8 AWD)
Lubed the front drive shaft.
Brand new tires.

My next guess is to go after the RF wheel bearing thinking that the vibration is traveling through the floor to my feet. Any thoughts?
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Jack it up and check for bearing play in the RF.

Also have you checked your front axles?
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I've had it up a few times to check for play or any roughness while spinning the wheel. The axles look fine, not sure how to check them otherwise.
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I've had it up a few times to check for play or any roughness while spinning the wheel. The axles look fine, not sure how to check them otherwise.
Grab the wheel from the top and bottom and try and wiggle it. If there is ANY play, the bearing is shot.
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