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Front tire leaning

(1997 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup)
in Mesa, AZ on March 02, 2011
While driving heard a grinding noise then a squeeking noise. When pressing brakes started going to the floor. Pulled over and saw that when pressing brakes front drivers side tire moved, leaning in, then moved back when brake was released. Recently replaced both wheel bearings.
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on March 02, 2011
someting wrong with the bearing. remove the wheel and check the bearing attaching bolts

Roy
on March 02, 2011
Thank you. Took to a shop for the bearings apprx. 6 months ago so I guess I will be going back.
on March 02, 2011
Agreed, definitely bearing install problem. Next time recheck work thoroughly.
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