Beginning last week I replaced the rotors, calipers and pads all the way around on my 2011 Durango Crew. I started with the rear wheels and when I finished with them I performed the brake pad bedding procedure. The next day I started on the front drivers side and when I took the wheel off I noticed the outer CV boot was partly torn by the band clamp on the CV axle. The grease that leaked out was pitch black and looked fresh. So I suspected that performing the brake bedding procedure (speeding up then aggressively braking 10 times in succession) on the new rear rotors/pads might have caused the tear in the front CV boot (it's 9 years old). So when I was finished with the front brakes I ordered a new CV axle and wheel hub (since it will already be apart). While waiting for the CV axle to arrive, I had to drive the vehicle a short distance but I didn't want to perform the bedding procedure (aggressive braking) on the front brakes until I replaced the CV axle. So I decided to brake as little as possible. When I pulled out of the driveway I turned the steering wheel to the right, I heard a sound on the front drivers side. It didn't sound like clicking, more of a grinding sound. I suspected this was caused by the CV axle. I drove carefully and parked it in the garage when I got home. The new CV axle and wheel hub parts arrived this week on Tuesday. So I installed the parts and then test drive it. When I test drove the vehicle, I heard a distinct grinding sound when making a right turn. I am not sure it is the same exact sound I heard after installing the new rotor and caliper. However when driving straight or turning left there is no sound. Since I replaced multiple new parts (rotor, caliper, pads, dust shield, wheel hub and CV axle), I am wondering what is causing this sound? Is it the rotor or CV axle? I am suspecting the rotor or caliper but I am not sure. Does anyone have any ideas?