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Grinding noise in front end 2000 250 2wd

Hey guys got a question i need some input on before i start throwing money at it. Ive got a 2000 F250 2wd and i noticed that i had a grinding noise that sounded like bad tire wear so i replaced the tires with brand new ones. The noise didnt go away i need some help i think it may be just the bearings on the drivers side but i dont know. It goes away when i turn left. Any ideas?
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Sounds like wheel bearings. Jack up the front drivers side tire and try to wiggle it in and out. If it moves then your bearings are bad.

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