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I would look at the brakes to see how much material is left on the pads. Check to see if a caliper or piston is hanging up. That would make the pads wear unevenly.
If that doesn't resolve the problem, lift the wheels off the ground and put the truck on jack stands. With tires removed you can hear where the noise is coming from. If not from the brakes, pull the axles one at a time. Then you will determine if a wheel bearings are making the noise or the rear end.
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