Axle bearing say'n, bye-bye, me thinks.
Do you have oil leaking on the inside sidewall of your tire?
When was the last time you checked your rear hub nut for torque(250ft/lbs min.)?
Check your diff oil level.
Way to much background noise to be sure with my bad ears.
Have'n you along, is like loose'n 2 good men
So it only makes the sound for a second after you start moving? It almost sounds like the brake shoes are binding up inside the drum. Hard to tell though as the engine noise drowns out alot of the actual sound. If a wheel bearing was that far gone to make a sound like that I would think it would be heard all the time. Pull your drums off and make sure all the brake hardware is still in place and that the shoes haven't fallen apart in there. It could very well be a bearing but again, it's hard to really hear the sound.
'84 CJ-7: Yota axles (spartan locked front, e-locked rear) 4" BDS, 1" Daystar & 3/8" shackle lifts, 35" X-Terrains on steelies, YJ Tub & family roll bar, heater blower upgrade, 4.2L w/MC2100 & Team Rush, Warn 8274. Rebuilt 4.2/4.0 hybrid, AX15 and twin sticks/clocking ring waiting to go in.
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Well the wheel bearing looks fine, the u-joints had some wiggle room so we swapped those out. That wasn't it, then we spotted a rotten spring perch. That's the next thing we'll change out. I'll replace both while I'm at it.
FYI: I'm going to ask many stupid questions. I write software for a living, engines and Jeeps are a new technology to me. Go easy on me.