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Vibration after repair

Okay, I just helped replace the drivers side hub assembly on my brother-in-laws 04 Excursion. It is 4x4, has front ABS and auto hubs. We replaced all the seals and put in a new U-joint since we had it all apart. The vibration started after he drove it on the highway for about 30 min. It only made the noise/vibration when turning left and in drive. Now it makes the vibration/noise when turning right or left and in drive, not in reverse. Any ideas???
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I would check for anything that got loose and do a re-torque on everything. if that doesnt get it perhaps the other side is now complaining out of neglect?
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Bump, My 03 excursion has a slight vibration and roar on left curves, it doesn't do it on right hand curves. I thought it may need new wheel bearing assemblies too? Anybody with more experience have anything to add.

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Bump, My 03 excursion has a slight vibration and roar on left curves, it doesn't do it on right hand curves. I thought it may need new wheel bearing assemblies too? Anybody with more experience have anything to add.
Classic symptom of a failing unit wheel bearing.


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THANKS, NYC!!! Not to derail the thread, but do you have any recommendations on an upgrade for the 4x4 auto hubs too. Seems like I've read somewhere that warn assemblies are a little less expensive than the OEM???
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The warn hubs will fit the model years that have leaf springs on the front axle.


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