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I hear tire on the road noise

As I get up to speed I can hear the tire on the road noise it get loader as I speed up and slows as I slow down.I believe its the rear tire or tires

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Try gently "weaving " back and forth while you can hear the noise,if it's worse turning one way than the other,figure on a wheel bearing,if it doesn't change,it's a tire . Rotation may calm the noise down and give you some more tire life.

Posted on Apr 14, 2014

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