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Old 02-19-2014, 10:04 AM
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Wheel bearing?

So I have 95 f250 and I get grinding noise and can feel it pedal. When I put load on right tire aka a turn it grinds hard. I'm thinking wheel Bearing, anyone have write for auto hubs?
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I'm having the same problem with mine just narrowed it down to wheel bearing I'm gonna do inside and out plus spindle bearings but have manual hubs gonna do a write up for some ppl
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Mine is 2wd, but had a more pronounced grinding when turning onto the bad bearing.
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2004 F250 Super Duty 4x4

Good write ups.
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Old 02-25-2014, 07:08 PM
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im having a similar problem and there is some slop in the ujoint, so i'm thinking that thats what it is. its getting replaced this weekend and ill see if that fixes it, if not im going to check the wheel bearings. I'm hoping its just the ujoint. Also when I was checking it today, I locked the hubs and lifted the drivers side front tire off the ground and checked it and when I spun the wheel, there was a little lag with the axle, same with the passenger side, is this normal?
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Old 03-12-2014, 03:24 PM
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hey OP just wondering if you found out what it was? mine made a noise for 2 or 3 days but after the first day I unlocked the hubs but then after 3 days it went away. just put it in 4wd cuz of the snow and I think the noise came back. when i took it to the shop the guy said the wheel ujoint was fine which is what I thought was the problem and when I picked it up that's when the sound went away
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