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2004 Chevy, HD 2500, roaring in front end

I have a 2004 Chevy, HD 2500, 4 wheel drive diesel that has a roaring/vibration in the front end. It is less at about 45 mph. Do you know whether it could be wheels of transfer case?

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Need to check wheel bearings

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