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Ft drivr side noise when hitting a bump.

Hey fellas, need some help here, got an f250 01 7.3 got a weird whining like noise on my front left wheel, it comes when hitting a bump and used to only las 1 or 2 seconds now it lasts longer, I checked everything out, everything seemed good except for the linkage between wheel and axle, anyone had this problem before? Thanks!
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sounds like it could be ball joints,leaf spring bushings,sway bar end links,maybe a bad shock

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I've checked all that, it's all good but I noticed today even when the noise isn't there I can feel whatever it's grinding like is barely touching, I forgot to mention this but it also puts a bit of resistance on the wheel, not enough to stop te truck or even slow it down but enough to feel it. I've spent all day looking and taking **** apart everything seems good, mechanics say everything seems good and the noise is still there!! Gonna lose my mind.
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Sounds like a wheel bearing if its getting resistance on the wheel. I had a slight squeek outta one of mine which turned out to be the bearing..that's my bet... take the rotor and caliper off and take the locking hub out. Spin the hub around and see if u feel any weird grinding type vibrations in it. Before you take everything apart, see if the bearing has play. Grab the bottom of the tire and the top and push in towards the motor. (Of course jacked up)

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Thanks I will take it apart again, tire has no plz though.
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