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The rear end sounds like the bearing is going bad? like a tire with a bad cord.

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Jack up and remove wheels please use jack stands , rotate each wheel slowly and listen for noise at hubs or differential, maybe just an hub bearing, if axle bearing look for wet backing plate or grease around brakes . if axle bearing you have to get chiltons or haynes Manuel for truck and follow instructions

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