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Had left front hub replaced this spring. My

Had left front hub replaced this spring. My steering wheel wobbles back and forth on occasion at slow speed 25-35 mph
Is my right one going now or is it front suspension items

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Sounds like a bad tire or rim to me. If you don't hear any roaring, or the hub is not loose or bent, it should be good.

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