In my experience squeaks from the wheel bearing will generally go away when you brake, but will come back when you let off brakes. Brake squeaks generally go on when you brake and off when you let off, unless a rock is stuck between rotor and shield. Any chance that you installed the little squeaker tab backwards onto the brake pad? I would suggest putting that side on a jack stand and spinning the wheel by hand and listening. I would also check and make sure the wheel bearing is good by trying to rock the tire up and down and feeling for movement while it is on stands. Grab the sway bar link by hand and move it in up down/side to side motions and feel for play.
2008 JKU Rubicon
Engine: Hypertech Programmer, Airaid cold air intake, throttle body spacer
Suspension: Teraflex 4.5" long arm lift, Ruffstuff Diff covers, Hydro assist, Hawk brakes, Gusseted, trussed, sleeved, Bilstein shocks, outer axle seals, Tom woods driveshafts, Dynatrac ball joints, Ruffstuff Tie rod.
Body:Teraflex F/R bumpers, Warn 9.5Ti, Viking synthetic rope, Rigid D2s, Rigid 12" spot, Trektop NX, Bushwacker flares.
Tires: 37" Goodyear Wrangler MTR Kevlars.
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