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It sounds like it is directly proportional to has how fast the tires are rotating, so speeds up the faster the truck goes and slows down and eventually goes away when its not moving.
This sounds like you may have a CV joint going out if it gets worse when making a turn. It could also be a wheel bearing going out. If the vehicle is a 4WD vehicle it might be one of your hubs that the locking mechanism could be stuck or failing especially if you noticed the noise after a trip in mud or 4 wheeling. Hard to be certain though with the description you gave.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
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