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No really because there is pressure both ways keeping them from making noise. Usually they make noise when turning(clicking type noise) or them hum at higher speeds. This also sounds like bearing noise. The way to tell the difference is bearing noise will get loader or softer when your are making turns. Axles will have a consistent noise to them. Now bearings will make a noise when stopping.
Posted on Mar 01, 2015
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