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Has a roar in the front end when u turn it to the right

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  • Monte Landers
    Monte Landers Sep 22, 2008

    Sounds like your driving down a gravel road going straight. Turn left it gets better. Turn right it gets worse. I'm leaning toward wheel bearing or carrier assy myself. Anyone have some insight on this?

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It's the wheel bearing!

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