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New to the forum and new to Diesel and trucks. Been learning a lot. Totally different from all I know about gas performance cars and turbocharged cars.

Anyways, My truck is an 01 F250 4x4 with the 7.3 and 120k miles. It has the electric 4WD but has manual Warn hubs. The truck just started making a weird noise 2 days ago, that to me, sounds like a dry bushing rubbing. In 2WD It will be fine for while, then bumps will make the noise, then it will go away for a while, then come back. Switch it into 4WD without locking the hubs and the noise goes away. Switch it back, and it comes back. There is no play in the wheel, tirods are tight, wheel spins freely. I'm thinking it's the needle bearings. Below is a link to a cell phone video of what it's doing.

Anyone have any insight what's bad?

https://youtu.be/_3wFr4_ASYQ
 

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I watched your video, and that noise stumps me. Surely someone here will know something. It's odd that the 4X4 stops it.

Oh, and welcome to "The Org". I know this post hasn't helped you much yet, but give it time.
:ORG welcome:
 
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