My 95 has only 20k orig well pampered miles. I drove it home in november to park for the winter, and it saw its first snow ever. I gave it a good bath before i parked it. In feb i put new intake and flowmaster catback exhaust on. in early april i finally pulled it out and took a nice 30 minute ride in some light rain, on they way home i started to hear this noise comming from the passenger rear wheel. I figured the exhaust was rubbing up against the spring since it sits right by it, after checking everything seemed fine. Basically it seems to be more prevelant after putting a few miles on. I took it to a garage for an alignment and to check it out, and they thought it was something to do with the parking break liner, but everything with the breaks looked ok, except the inside of the break disc had some rust. The garage had a scheduled appointment so he cleaned up a small amount of the rust, and told me it would be safe to drive six hours home, and to lightly apply the parking break at low speeds for a few seconds here and there and it should clear up. Another garage said they thought it was the bearing, since it sometimes seems to make the noise more when the front wheels are turned, causing stress on the rear end. He suggested buying a whole new axle with the bearings already pressed in since you risk messing up the axle when pulling the old bearings out. Can't you just get bigger bearings so they dont make noise? How much might a new rear end be? Do u think it could be somethin else? I could have added more of what i know so far, but this is too long as it is. THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR ANY HELP.