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Humming noise in rear end

The rear end is humming when turn ti the right it stops is there a place for grease or anything

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It sounds like you have a bad wheel berring in the rear, but they are a sealed unit, with no where to grease them. If you want to quiet it, you need to replace it, but first i would reccomend jacking it up on the wheel you believe to be making the noise and spin it and shake it, just to be certain it is the one you want to replace.
Good luck

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