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Noise in rear wheel

I've had a terrible noise in my wheel. I only hear it when I apply my brakes. No t the rotors or brakes. Ive been told its moisture inside thats causing this problem. what do u thinkin?

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EITHER MOISTURE OR BRAKE DUST.

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