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You can just trust your shop and replace your rear wheel bearings. But if it were me, I’d try a wheel balance first. By someone who does the Hunter Roadforce balancing. If you have a lot of life left on your tires, Firestone will normally do a lifetime balance for around $60, I think. As your tires wear they tend to benefit from a rebalancing. 

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roadforce balance has helped a lot of people in past

lug nuts have proper torque?

 

what tire pressure do you keep?

& what tires?  brand & size

 

 

there any noise coming from rear bearing?

or weird tire wear (on current or prior tires)

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