[DML] Re: Bad bearing or...? (Tire Roar)
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[DML] Re: Bad bearing or...? (Tire Roar)

I have Yoko's on my car.  When I first had them put on there was a 
slight hum when I turned left at speeds over 25.  Recently I took a 
long trip up north to Traverse City, MI and when I returned I noticed 
that the hum was now a roar coming from the back.  VERY loud.  I 
don't think my bearings have ever been replaced, so I'm assuming 
thats the problem.  The CV Joints were replaced about 4 years ago 
when I first got the car.  Tire tread looks ok, but I'll have to 
verify when I take the wheels off.


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "content22207" <brobertson@xxxx> 
> That's the problem with an aggressive (all season, off road, etc)
> tread  versus a highway or touring tread. What you're actually 
> is air being forced out of the lateral grooves. Is exacerbated by
> softer "performance" tire rubber (50,000 mile versus 80,000 mile). 

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