My pick would be a dust shield rubbing against the rotor. If that's the case, you could bend it by hand in less than a minute. Does it do it all the time or only when braking/turning/accelerating,etc?
It's more noticeable when I move the truck at less than 5 mph, either in reverse or drive. Noise goes away when driving faster than that.
reply to Network Guy Jack up the wheel you think it's coming from and turn it by hand. You may want to remove the tire first so you can see if the shield is rubbing.(Be sure to use a jack stand for safety - don't depend on the jack when you're into the wheel well!)--Buckle Up. It makes it harder for the aliens to suck you out of your car.
reply to Network Guy could just be the pads haven't bedded in yet.how far have you driven on them? bedding in, is manufacturer-dependent, but usually they recommend at least 400-500 miles before you do any hard stops.»www.tirerack.com/brakes/tech/tec···echid=85--
Probably about 20 miles tops.I want to jack up the truck to have a look see. Work schedule gets in the way.