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engine rpm related whirring or vehicle speed related whirring? hard to say if it is normal or not without listening to it. what tyres are fitted to it? does it change with different road surfaces? does it change if you load either side of the vehicle up (ie going around corners) are the tyres scrubbed or feathered? if they are, get a wheel alignment and rotate front to rear and see if the nosie changes. always a good idea to check for any freeplay in wheels as well, shouldn't be any freeplay in any of the bearings.


hard to make a diagnosis without hearing it and/or getting to play with it myself.



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