Do you suspect a faulty wheel hub? Let’s first look into what a wheel hub is and its purpose.
Most vehicles have four individual wheel hubs for each wheel acting as a mounting point. The hub itself is a flange with either protruding mounting fasteners called lug studs that the wheel mounts to or can have holes for lug nuts with studs to fasten in to. Attached to the wheel hub is a wheel bearing which allows the wheel hub to rotate allowing the wheel and tire to turn. Many modern cars combine the wheel hub and wheel bearing into a single integral wheel hub assembly.
Most modern cars have at least two control arms, one behind each front wheel and some even at all four corners. Depending on suspension design, there may be both upper and lower control arms, or just lower control arms. Front control arms typically connect to the vehicle’s frame at one end, and the steering knuckle at the other.
Unity’s priority has been to make the highest quality strut assembly available on the market. In order to achieve that goal, they have spent years researching the common problems with the aftermarket strut assemblies. The manufacturer has identified the issues and addressed each one with rigorous quality control and testing. With over 50 different components going into each fully assembled unit, there is testing at the end of every phase of production to ensure all 50 components work together to provide a premium quality ride.