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Hey guys I'm new to the site and would like to thank u in advance for any help. I have a 2013 commander 1000 with 610 miles on it. Last week the rear axle broke in the hub on the rear right side. I had to replace the brake caliper, rotor, wheel bearing, and axle. I noticed a noise when I got it back together and test drove it that seems to be getting worse. As I start to accelerate it sounds like a rubbing noise that gets worse the faster I go. It stops as soon as I let off the pedal though. I touch the pedal again it starts back but stops as soon as i let off. It's got me puzzled. Not as squeak but whoop sound. Has anyone had this happen before??
 

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Personally I never had this happen. I am assume it's making a sound when you're stepping on the gas pedal. Since you replaced everything on the outer end it leads me to believe that the noise is coming from the rear pumpkin. You possibly have a chipped tooth in one of the gears in there . You could try raising it off the ground and turning the wheel slowly trying to feel for a tight spot or even a loose spot or maybe hearing something. If you do get something like that chances are it is in the rear end .
 
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