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I had front brakes and rotors replaced on my 2000 Durango. Within a week I heard something like a grind coming from the right front tire. And tonight I heard the same noise when braking but it was much louder. When I accelerated after a red light I heard a loud bang from that same tire like something was thrown. The truck runs fine with no grinding noise and it drives straight with no pull to either side. What could have been that noiose. I live on Long Island.

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Sounds like something was jammed, or loose. I'd recommend taking it back to where the brakes were done and have them check it out in case something they did is messed up.

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