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Old 10-28-2009
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PLEASE LOOK NEED ANSWERS!! HORRIBLE NOISE COMING FORM TRUCK!!!

My wheel is making a horrible grinding noise screeches thought it was just the wheel but i can feel it on my feet on the floor when it gets loud. Would I be able to feel it on my feet if it was just a rock or and bad pad???? Please tell me anything it could be dont want to do any more damage than could already be done.
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it could be a ton of things.

bearings exploded
no more pad material left
pad could be getting low and the wear indicator could be rubbing
**** between the pad and rotor
the friction surface of the rotor could be gone
could be the ball joint stud rubbing on the wheel after your bearing exploded

...................... your gonna have to take it apart to tell.
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Do what the man said!! ^^^^
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I would take the wheel and tire off and take a good look at all the stuff Matt mentioned above.
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wheel bearing or pads...
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i gotta start taking pics of the **** i see at work.. I'll snap one of the rotor we have hangin on the wall tomorrow.
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hey bro this happen to me a week ago
your rotor is loose when you lift your front end up i bet you ur wheel moves all over the place
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your lucky all it is the bearings are bad
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how the hell do you know all that from what he said? a bunch of things can make bad noises in the front end.

if the rotor is loose then the wheel is loose which means the lug nuts aren't tightened all the way down genius.
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id check everything 99ranger4x4 said in my ato class we get a bunch of **** in there that is terible so def check all of the above stated
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