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Old 04-17-2010, 10:45 PM
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Default :smiledown:Weird grinding noise during low speeds or braking. Cant figure it out

So i have a 98 dodge ram sport. I have 33 inch tires. I recently began hearing a weird gringind wobble almost in the front end. I replaced the front wheel bearings, front steering stabilizer bar, sway bar end links, and new pads and rotors. You can only hear the noise during low speeds(under20) and it seems to be weather im on the brakes or just coasting. Any opinions is appreciated
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Pull your driveshafts loose and check for binding due to dried out lubrication in the joints.
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The front driveshafts ??? Wouldnt theynot be sed since im not in 4 wheel drive>
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The front driveshafts ??? Wouldnt theynot be sed since im not in 4 wheel drive>
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Okay I will google how to check of rthat and post back with my findings tomorow. Just trying to get problem fixed since summer is around the corner and noise is annoying an embarasing when windows are down or to nay by stnaders. Thanks for the input
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