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Rear wheel loose

Right rear wheel moves back and forth Believe it is the bearing

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Jack it up..take off the wheel and look, ASAP! Is it grinding when you spin it? Is there visible oil leakins or visible metal shavings. Sounds like a bearing to me.

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