Re: Front End Noise
Chances are the right front wheel bearing is gone. They generally fail around the same time. With my luck, I'll replace one bearing, and a few months later, the other is shot. Generally I find the right wheel bearing is the first to go, as that side sees the most abuse with the road being all chopped up along the curb with sewers/potholes, etc. Worst case would be the front differential is gone, as you mentioned the sound increases with speed. If you haven't yet, be sure to change out the axle fluid (front and rear) and the transfer case fluid to save you problems down the road.
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