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From the Back wheel of my 2003 Silverwing I hear like a gurgle gringing sound when I turn the tire. Any ideas what it is?

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    Gino Cussen May 11, 2010

    Sounds like the wheel bearings are damaged?

  • tombones May 11, 2010

    It is probably water collected inside the tire.

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I dont know how water gets inside a tyre,but however,if it is a disc brake model,the brake pads are prbably worn down to the steel and need replacing,or as previously statedby another person possible wheel bearing failure,or if it is a shaft drive unit(ie has a diff)then a faulty bearing in the diff

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