I have a 2002 chevy suburban 4wd with 156000 miles… I had tires replaced last week due to them being chopped. They ( Ithought) caused a low humming noise between 65-70mph.that was comming from the front.Below or above this speed the sound was not noticable. . I had new Coper AT-3 tires replace all around and balanced 5 days ago. The noise has become worse and starts at 61 mph and gets louder up to 70 an with a slight viration . I have not gone above that speed to se if the noise goes away as I feel a bit uncomfortable going any faster with this issue . The tires were balanced so was wondering if I have bad tires or if the new tires being all terrain are causing more strain on what could be a bering The wheel berings are fine and the rear berings and pinion bering were replaced two months ago . I know all terrains will make noise but not to this extent .
Any help with matter would be appreciated