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the past couple of days my front driverside tire on my '98 taco 4x4 2.7L with a 3" coil spacer lift has been making kind of a grinding sound, not a horrible loud sound just a faint grinding sound, and someone told me it was the wheel bearing, i was just asking if anyone else has had this problem, i know its not the brake pads b/c i just replaced them not long ago, and i don't wheel my truck real hard, i do but i'm careful b/c i have an '80 model for the "i don't give a shit" attitude, just wondering what everone else thought
 

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well, i went down to the shop and its definately the wheel bearing
 

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toyotaman21 said:
well, i went down to the shop and its definately the wheel bearing
Cleveland??? Where's a pic of your truck??
 

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i don't know how to do it, and even if i did i don't have any pictures of my truck other than on my phone from offroad stuff, i have a think about pictures, i think its bad luck to take pictures of your truck..where are you located in tenn.
 

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i don't know how to do it, and even if i did i don't have any pictures of my truck other than on my phone from offroad stuff, i have a think about pictures, i think its bad luck to take pictures of your truck..where are you located in tenn.
Chattanooga for work..Soddy Daisy for home..
 

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thats kinda cool, not very far either
 

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i paid 100 bucks for mine but shh, don't tell anyone that, i had to pay for the line-x itself, and did all the other work myself
 
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