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have the steering rack, joints and bottom ball joint, wheel bearing checked.
If these are all ok you could have a bent or warped hub.
get it checked with a run out gauge.
If so you have two options.
1) replace the hub
2) have the rotor turned on the car, ie on the hub.
 

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Ok
when you are driving slow, 5 to 10 mph watch the front fender, any movement up and down ?
how about side to side ?
did you have the wheels check for out of round ?

I assume its smooth at 50 -60 -70 mph
 

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have you had someone check the hub run out?
Dont throw money at the problem, get it measured and checked and find the problem that way.
When you say new hub, what did you have done?
wheel bearings ?
 

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so you had the hub pressed on with new bearings, about a $100 job if you do it yourself, $200 + in a shop without the brake work....
 

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So you have changed the rack, 2 hubs and wheel bearings, 2 caliper assemblies inc pistons, 3 sets of 2 rotors, pads
All for $400 ??
something doesn't add up, wheel bearings alone for both sides would be close to $400
add hubs at $101 each discount price you are over $600 without any brake parts or a steering rack or an Alignment.

Who is doing this work, do you have receipts for the work done and parts replaced or is this just what they have told you ?
 

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Ok, i get it.

when you are driving slow, 5 to 10 mph watch the front fender, any movement up and down ?
how about side to side ?
did you have the wheels check for out of round ?

I assume its smooth at 50 -60 -70 mph
 

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what do the people say that did all this work for you ?
 
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