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I posted back before about my axles making grinding type sounds.
I have pulled the front drive shaft out as it was originally thought to just be the viscous coupler.
I had thought that the noise went away until I got to work on her a bit yesterday.
I do not know what this noise is.
It makes the sound in the right rear and the left front.
Here is the link to the video.

Thank you for any and all help.
I do have front wheel bearings coming tomorrow. Do you think it is bearings?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0kzug1PC7vU
 

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Check the inside of the wheel – It sounds as if something (wheel weight) is rubbing on a line or shield. It is consistent - the valve stem is in frame each time you hear the sound.
 

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Wow, don't I feel like an idiot.
I put wheel spacers on to help with my slightly oversized tires.
They fit unbelievably snug.
That means the lugs take a lot of force to go on.
The front left and front right just needed a little more oommphh.
All tight and no more noise.

Thank you guys
 
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