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2000 honda accord with 111000 miles. About 3000 or 4000 miles ago I was starting to get excessive road noise coming from the back axle area. I thought tires, but with the new set on there, the noise is the same. It really only gets bad from 45 mph to roughly 60 mph or so, then it goes away. Frustrated, because the noise is so loud that you can barely talk to the person in the passenger's seat. Based on the other posts, I was thinking bearings. Thoughts?

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My thoughts exactly. Could also be an alignment issue (rear). It could be as simple as poorly balanced tires. Take it to a trusted mechanic. BTW: Just passed 125K on my EX.

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