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Wineing wind noise sound from front end

Have changed bearings sound starts 80-90 kph sometimes as low as 60

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  • barry Oct 29, 2012

    noise still theere at differant speeds anywere for 60-100 kph comes and goes no effect if you apply

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Did you forget to reinstall the bering spacer? did you seat the bearings all the way? did you install the speedometer drive correctly? is the tire rubbing on the fender?

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