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      09-26-2012, 07:19 PM   #6
VictorH
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Appreciate everyone's input.

Looks like I found confirmation of a bad wheel bearing from Turner's web site.

"Replace your wheel bearings when you hear groaning or rumbling sounds from the front. These sounds increase in frequency as speed increases and will get louder as you turn the wheel (and put load on the worn side). Failing wheel bearings can also attribute to annoying 'pad knockback' on the track. "
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