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Metal to metal noise in right front wheel 2003 ford f150 4x4

The noise is not al lthe time just occasionally but it is steadily getting worse i took the wheel of today looks like the caliper housing has been hitting against the rim. my thinking is the cv joint looks pushed out and is oushing the caliper into the wheel rim.

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Caliper bolt might be gone or broke off.

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