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Sounds like a half shaft. Reach around behind each wheel and see if there is play in the shaft that leads from the wheel to the transmission. There should be no play. Other possibility is a bearing hub. Jack up car, grab the tire at 9 and 3 o'clock. Shake wheel if there is movement not from the tie rod then it is the bearing hub.
I'm not sure that you have a problem. When tire adhesion varies from side to side, the vehicle stance will often change. In your described situation, the passenger tires have dramatically reduced adhesion and the drivers side do not. A bit of a sway to the right would be normal and expected. It's rather like only the drivers side wheels are moving the car.
You still have hubs, and the front driveshaft. On some models the front driveshaft can be removed leaving the pinion forks/ ring in place. Some other Transfer cases may use an output shaft thats like the tailshaft on an automatic. This style could leave a gapping hole when you remove the front driveshaft.
Tires are a problem once a wear pattern is embedded in the tread. Sometimes a front to back rotation will reduce noise.
A caliper could be stuck skipping over a turning rotor.
could be the wheel bearing, first check to see if the belts have shifte in tires, feel the sidewalls of tire for a buldge, also secondly switch front tire with back tire, could be the rim... if noise transfers to back then its rim..
sounds like you have either tie/thrust rod ends going bad, or ball joints. Your wheel bearings could be going bad as well. Any of these can cause this problem. To check the tie/thrust rod ends, turn the vehicle off, and have a friend turn the wheel back and forth while you look at the steering linkages. If you see anything moving more than the part that it's attached to, you have found something that needs replacing right away. For Ball joints, put a jack on the a-arm right beside the wheel. Jack it up, and watch the tire as it starts to come off the ground. If it slides out when it just gets off the ground, you have bad ball joints on that side. Wheel/hub bearings can be trickier, unless they're REALLY worn. Jack the car up so that it's clear of the ground, and see if you can make the wheel wobble by moving it with your hands. You may also notice a grinding or whining sound coming from the affected side. You'll especially notice it if you drive with your window down, as you're passing a building or other hard object, as the sound reflects back at you. Hope this helped you find your problem.
the tie road end + rack end is the main proplem for making your tire wearing off
the noisy at slow speed coming from tire
you can check that by make the tire free by putting the car on the lift then you catch the tire from side and try to move it (in-out) if its move that mean you need to change even tie road end or rack end or both
the problem with your truck is your knuckle bearings. I just replaced them on a friends truck and it sounds like the same problem. Just look on the inside of the front hub close to where the front axel attaches to the hub. If the seal is gone you will have a ring inside the hub on the axel shaft.