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Intermittant grinding noise in front of veh.

Sounds like it could be coming from lf tire area.

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Its most likely a bad wheel bearing. this is surprisingly common on these (i"ve changed mine 3 times). look behind the suspect tire/wheel, you may actually be able to see it spreading apart (look toward the middle of the wheel, around the axle and compare it to how the other one looks). its actually really simple to change it.

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