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At speeds over 55 mph I hear a noise and feel a vibration that seems to come from the driver side wheel. I have replaced the wheel hub on both wheels and it has not gone away.

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The first thing I would do is have the drivers side wheel balance checked and check to see if the tire is out of round. Any good tire store who does mounting can do this.

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