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1999 Ford F150 4x4 has a pulsating roar in the rear end.

Sounds like bad tires, but i jacked it up an put it in drive. Still makes the noise. Anyone know if this is likely the U-joint, differenial, or maybe the drive shaft? Thanks.

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Almost certainly wheel bearings. They really roar if they become pitted.
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