QUOTE(hamwbone @ Jul 13 2007, 10:01 PM)
is it a chevy? what year/make/model?
no it's a 1994 Toyota extended cab/xtra long bed/v6
QUOTE(Lemon Crevice @ Jul 14 2007, 05:00 PM)
I have a similar noise comming from one of my passenger wheels of my grand Cherokee im convinced its a bearing because a friend of mine had the same problem in his grand, but it hasn't gotten loud enough to be noticed over my radio. I also had a similar problem in my wrangler when the balancing weight on my rear driver side drum came off and would be loose in the wheel, but when i took off the wheel for the first time it came right off which im sure you would have noticed. Did you check under the drum and look at the shoes and springs and what not in there?
I honestly haven't had a chance to look at it, I had some stuff that came up over the weekend
I'm a bit embarrassed to say but even when I get around to finding a jack I'm not quite sure where or how to even jack up the back end, it's got big stabilizer bars going from the axle all the way to the center of the frame under the cab since the frame goes up in the back it's a good 30+ inches from the ground.
you can see the (red) stabilizer bars in this pic: http://www.web-nine.com/albums/pickup/toyota2.jpg
even if I took the bar off one side it's till 24 inches or so from the ground to the frame.
The truck is so tall I can easily change the oil/grease the drive shaft/other stuff etc. without jacking and since I didn't have a jack I'd just take it to where I got the tires because they do free rotations (and use a 4 post lift).This post has been edited by twistedsymphony: Jul 18 2007, 01:39 PM