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I'd start by cranking the wheel and looking under to see any potential points of contact. Even though the tires are the same, since they are a different line they will sit/posture differently since they will have a different sidewall posture and are a different manufacturing line. That said, you say it sounds like it's coming from the rear, I'd take a look at your rear brakes. More details would be good though. Does it do it only when idling along, or when backing up under pressure/etc. You could have a drive shaft bearing or something in the rear end going bad that is only making noises under reverse pressures.
2003' F350 7.3L Lariat Crew-Crab 4x4 6spd Manual Short Bed. 3.73 ratio and that's about all i know... so far.
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