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My L200 has a running type sound coming from the

My L200 has a rubbing type sound coming from the front of the car, passenger side. It gets louder as the car goes faster. I've been all over it and nothing is rubbing. I can find nthing wrong.

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Could Be a Hub Bearing,Is it a low pitch growling that gets louder with increased speed??

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