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My 2006 dodge has a lot road nosie. I put alittle cheaper tire on it could that be the problen//

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If the road noise started immediately after you changed tires, I would definitely suspect that is your problem.

You may want to call the tire distributor and ask them about it.

Sometimes a growling road noise is a failing wheel bearing.

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That could definitely be the problem. Depending on the difference of tread pattern and density of the rubber used to make the tire, the amount of road noise can differ greatly. Hope this helps. Thanks for rating my response and for using FixYa!

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