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Chirping................

Nice day so windows were down and I noticed a "chirping" from my RF wheel. Only hear it at low speed and pretty much only when I cut the wheel to the left, although I did hear it a time or two when rolling straight. Also is not constant.

Just replaced the hub/bearing assy on that wheel and it kind of sounds like a brake squeeler, but I kind of doubt that.

Now this description would usually indicate a wheel bearing/hub, but then again if so, it should make noise at speed to, especially when turning.

I sure hope the brand new hub assy is not going.

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4WD? Could it be the Ft. U-Joint?
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Replaced that U-joint also.

I actually have no idea how long the chirping has been there because winter just ended and this is the first tim eI drove with that window down. I would have to assume it just started.

**** Can a Mod please place an "i" in the title of this thread. I just noticed I left it out of "Chirping" and don't think the advanced edit will work.****
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