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Have a f150 2wd. rubbing sound in rear wheels.

Have a 2002 f150 2wd. rubbing sound in rear wheels. intermittant, not constant. 180,000 miles. no wobble play. pads and discs ok. calipers ok also, not stuck. wheels rotate but seems that there is a spot that gives some resistance on each.

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I think your bearings are going bad if there is a bad spot on the turning of the wheel when off of the ground.

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