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Hey guys needing some help. My apologies if you guys have a thread in this already, I couldn’t find one. I’ve wanted a Raptor for a long time and finally decided to pull the trigger on a used 2017 model. I’ve put around 7k miles on it in the last 2 months. The more I drive it I hear a humming sound from front of truck. At first I thought it was tires since they where brand new. It seems the more I drive it the humming sounds get louder. I read it might be hub bearing, I proceeded to take it to the ford house for inspection. Ford inspected and test drove it, they claim sound is from tires. Is this normal or should I be worried, could it be differential issue? Thanks for any useful advice and knowledge.
 

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IWEs are a known failure point in all Raptors. God Bless the EPA and gas mileage standards and the laziness of not just locking you hubs with a twist of the wrist.
 
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