Thanks for everyone's help and info. This pickup has disk brakes, the brake pads are new so it shouldn't be the brake wear indicator, the wheel bearings are tight but not over tightened so they should be fine. This squeak started before the brake pads or the bearings where replaced, so the odds of 2 sets of bearings be bad or the wrong size is slim.
The sound is definitely in that wheel and it's a rotating squeak not a ball joint or shock (shocks are also new). When I drive slow I can just lightly hear it and it gets louder the faster I drive, it is constant at 40MPH +.
The sound is like a chirp a wheel bearing makes when it's going out, I wonder if it's not something rubbing the rotor? I'm going to pull brake caliper off tomorrow to make sure noting is rubbing and I will check the tin around the backside of the hub to see if it's rubbing.
When I push on the brakes while driving the pickup barely pulls to the left (side that's making noise), the sound does not change pitch or go away when the brakes are pushed. It just slowly fades out when the speed decreases.
I was talking to my brother about this issue and he thought maybe a collapsed brake line? Maybe it's letting fluid in but not out so the pad is rubbing.
I would think if that was the case, then the sound would go away once the brakes are applied???
Either way I'm at a loss, there's only so many things it could be and I replaced both of them
I'm hoping to get this figured out as soon as I can, I'm on "call" waiting for my new niece to be born (should be next week or so), when I get the call I got to drive to tulsa to watch my other niece (2 years old) so I don't know when I'm needing to make the drive. The perk of the whole trip is I'm bringing home the Sears garden tractor with push blade, mower deck, 3 point, plow and cultivator that I restored for my brother in law and sister around 5 years ago. Since they are moving they asked if I wanted it back and I said YES!.