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2011 avenger fish tails bad wearing out rear tires

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SOURCE: Got new tires last year and started hearing a roaring noise on the back that gets louder as speed increases, now I noticed bad wear on the outside of rear tires. Is it the tires or something else maki

Have the rear wheel bearing checked for excessive wear.

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