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My right front wheel

When i start to go it makes a awful noise when ever the tire makes a whole turn it sounds like it is hitting something u can feel the vibration of it in the floorboard i put new tires and breaks

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It started with a low humming noise and got worse it probably our wheel bearing good luck pierre

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