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I have a loud rumbling in one wheel well only at certain speeds. Help?

(2002 Nissan Pathfinder)
in West Jordan, UT on March 12, 2013
The front driver-side wheel rumbles loudly when going between 35 and 45 MPH. There is a speed-dependant audible click when going less than 10 MPH. The noise seems to be worse when I let off the gas, but it may just be that it isn't poluted by engine noise. I have no problems braking or turning. We got new tires about 6 months ago, but I seem to remember this starting shortly before then. It has been getting worse. My pathfinder is a V6 4WD. Thanks!
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of Greg's Orange Auto on March 13, 2013
poss wheel bearing is bad or a bad tire
on March 13, 2013
Have you checked to make sure lug nuts were tightened properly((click under 10MPH) and that wheel was not on a slight bind and coming loose?
on March 12, 2013
Wheel bearing has gone bad and needs replaced.
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