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When I move my grizz even a couple of inches back and forth (not running), there is a whine in the front end near the wheel arms. The whine is not constant but is making me a little concerned. It seems to go away at higher speeds but as soon as I slow down it is there again. I am wondering if the bearings need to be changed in the front end or if there is a way to grease an area to stop the whining? Help please.
I noticed the noise before I changed the brakes and it has gotten worse since the braked were changed. I will take the advice and take the wheels off and turn axle to see if I can find the problem. I do have rear drum brakes and have changed them before about a year and a half ago but the sound is definately coming from the front end?