Generally you'll get a pretty consistent howling that increases pitch with speed. And it's not something you'll *not* be able to hear. I'd say you're probably good to go.
When you think about how many times those gears touch each other in one rotation of the tire, and then how many times the tire rotates in a mile, it's amazing that a little shavings is all you'll see.
Now it's got me thinking, 'scuse me while I geek out...
5280 feet is 63360 inches. Average tire size for a truck, say 31 inches. pi times d is 97.34. 63360 divided by 97.34 is about 651 rotations per mile. Times 3.73, average gear size, is 2428 rotations of the pinion, times 295000 miles is about 716 million times any given tooth on that pinion gear has touched the ring gear.