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About The Hub Assembly

Located between the wheel and the body of your car, the hub assembly is tasked with allowing a free rotation of the wheel, while providing a secure point to attach the vehicles wheel to the rest of the car. 

Within the hub assembly you’ll find a number of components. The wheel lugs are connected to the hub assembly in either a four, five, or six bolt configuration. These lugs are what will actually connect the rim to the vehicle. Inside the hub assembly you will also find the wheel bearings. The wheel bearings are what reduce friction and make the vehicle efficient to drive. The vehicles drive axle travels through the hub assembly, which powers the drive wheels, either in the front or in the back. 

As with all moving parts on a vehicle, the hub assembly can be prone to wearing out. Some symptoms of this can be difficult to diagnose, so being really in tune with your vehicle can help prevent any further damages. 

Modern hub assemblies are made with ABS sensors built into them (provided your vehicle has ABS brakes). You may notice you have and ABS warning light on in your dash, which can be triggered by the hub assembly. The wheel bearings that are inside the assembly are sealed, but if corrosion or any other issues have caused the seal to become damaged, it can lead to premature wear in the bearings. When this happens, it may feel as if the car is pulling to one side or the other. This symptom will make itself even more evident by uneven tear wear.

The most common issue with faulty hub assemblies will be noise.  When something that is designed to rotate freely and easily can no longer do so, it will get loud. The sound can vary depending on how you’re driving, from pops a clicks when cornering to hums and creaks when driving. 

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, then it’s likely time for a new hub assembly. Luckily, we have just the part for your vehicle, so order today and get back on the road for less!

Hub Assembly Diagram

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