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My front left wheel is making 'scraping' sounds, as if the brake pads are worn down and are 'scraping' but every once in a while there is a grinding sound. Have taken brakes off and they are good, but there are tiny metal looking shavings inside the wheel. Replaced bearing 4 years ago, but we haul a lot of heavy loads, could they be bad again?Afraid to drive it for fear will really mess something up.

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  • twodloo2u Sep 27, 2009

    Sorry, this is a 2003 ram 3500, not a 1998

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I had same problem change the front bearing

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