Originally Posted by jjwassel
Sounds like bearings. Just grease em up to see.
the front wheel bearings are sealed bearings. They are not designed to be regreased. You cant access the inside of the bearings to do so.
If the wheel bearings are what is causing it, replace them.
It can be brake related though. Even if you arent using them. Clean the calipers, clean the pistons, and make sure the backing plates and judder springs are in place properly. Squeal greese on the pads doesnt hurt either.
Pads can also cause it if they are glazzed and scrubbing on the rotor.