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    I just got back from a river trip and now my 04 Silvy has a whining squealing noise from the right rear wheel. It intermittently matches the wheel rotation and seems to not be a brake issue. As I said I was at the river so it was submerged several times. Is there something I need to relube maybe parking brake bearing? Any help or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
    Shhh!! Can you hear that?? GJ

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    Anytime I hear noise on the right side of the truck I tell her to get out... ..
    It may be OLD ,it may be Slow ... but at least it's MOBILE !!!

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    It probably needs parking brake shoes and possibly rotors. On those rear disc brake trucks the parking brake is a small drum system inside the rotor and they are a common problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hondoboat View Post
    It probably needs parking brake shoes and possibly rotors. On those rear disc brake trucks the parking brake is a small drum system inside the rotor and they are a common problem.
    Thanks Hondo, I'll check that out, makes a lot of sense since it been used this weekend more then ever. Seems like this truck has had a few of those "common problems" thanks again
    Shhh!! Can you hear that?? GJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by hondoboat View Post
    It probably needs parking brake shoes and possibly rotors. On those rear disc brake trucks the parking brake is a small drum system inside the rotor and they are a common problem.
    X2 if it is a 1500. They have a bad rap for eating E-brake shoes and rotors. The 2500 and 3500 have a different type of E-brake shoe set up.

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    Problem solved it was the damn e brake shoes. Shoes separated from metal backers and were rattling around. Thanks guys
    Shhh!! Can you hear that?? GJ

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