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There is a humming noise coming from the right rear side, I think its the rear bearing's

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Yes it sounds about right but it will be one bearing not both also check the tires make sure they are wearing even in some cases tires will sound like bearing noise if they are choppy (high and low spots) if it turns out to be a bearing they are bolt on. very easy to do good luck

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