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Old 11 Aug 2012, 05:45 AM   #5 (permalink)
ccsworks
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Re: grinding noise from rear??

wheel bearing noise wont come and go the more you push the pedul the loader it will go after 40 or 50 the noise will increase press the clutch in if its the wheel bearing the noise will be still there and you will here it better and loader as you increase speed.

but if the noise changes when you put the clutch in like a rattling noise you might need to get the diff looked at ether way it will need to go on a 2 poster ramp to check the noise been a 4 wheel drive its pointless jacking it up you wont be able to turn the wheel unless all the wheels are in the air to here the noise.

It shouldn't be making noise if it was changed 2 years a go if it was put in properly.



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