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My driver side front wheel has a sound like mud tires on pavement but lower+vibe

(1996 Dodge Ram 2500)
in Redondo Beach, CA on September 06, 2012
I had my tires checked and balanced, no rubbing from the tire, wheel, or wheel wieghts. i recently changed both front brake pads and rotors. I put new rear bearing seal and repacked the bearings. Did not change the brake calipers (that is my next thing i am gonna try). I was convinced it was a wheel or tire rub because it started after a tire repair and rotation and balance. No grinding or squeeking just a low winding sound with a little shimmy or vibration but not all the time.
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on February 21, 2013
I would check your front end first
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