Hello, Hope everyone is doing fine! I'm a new member. I just discovered this website this morning. I've a 2003 Ford Explorer (V6) with 58K miles. The problem is that I'm hearing a noise on the left side of vehicle anytime while turning deeply to the left like when going into a curve that goes to the left. I've no idea what the problem may be. Could it be a defective tie rod, hub bearing (i replaced the hub bearing assembly last winter, so hopefully this isn't the problem), ball joint, etc? There is no vibration at the steering wheel while driving the vehicle down the road at slow or high speed, only when turning deep to the left. It's like a roaring sound as if something is rubbing. The vehicle has 22 inch wheels on it so hopefully this isn't causing problems. I don't hear any noise on the right side while turning deeply to the right when approaching a curve. Has anyone ever experienced this type problem? If so, i would appreciate some assistance for i don't want to get ripped off at a local MIDAS, BIG O or any other shop. I would appreciate any feedback on this matter. Hope to hear from you soon! Have a good weekend!