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2004 silverado front right wheel grinding.

The front right wheel on my 2004 silverado is grinding and poping on slow left turn. A significant amount of grease has accumulated on the inside of the wheel. Ball park cost? Should the car be towed to the mechaninc?

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    The sharper turned the more it slows

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Is the Cv boot torn?

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