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Sterringproblem I guess im saying this right I did this back a while any way when driving truck no noise I recently put on new rotor/hub assembly when I make right turn I can here a noise coming from there could it bea bad hub/bearing any help I can get

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Jack up the side you hear the noise from.Is there any play/movement in the wheel when you shake it side to side and top to bottom? Did you tighten the front axle nut ( if 4x4 ) to proper spec?

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