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Old 11-15-2012, 10:52 PM   #1
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Rear hub ass'y replaced: Already going out <5000 miles

Hi guys. This is my first post on the Focus Fanatics forum so I hope I'm not starting a new thread unnecessarily. Anywho, I just recently replaced the hub assembly for both sides in the rear pretty recently. (less than 5000 miles ago) and that unmistakable drone starting coming from the rear again. If it means anything, I got the hub assemblies from autozone and they're duralast brand. could this perhaps be an alignment issue? Thanks for any feedback.


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