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I daily drive a 5th gen leggy but where i am down in Texas, my roads are worse than dirt roads driven on by tractors in a wet spring. I’ve come to the conclusion that i need to replace one, or maybe both, of by front hubs from the rough driving but I’m not really sure what brand to go with so i can get the most life out of them. I’ve looked at Moog and Timken, but wanted to get some more opinions before i go all gung-ho on “the best Autozone has to offer”. Tia.

 

 

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Nothing to offer, just wondering how your roads are worse than the salt belt, pot hole, frost heave $hit show we have in NY lol? I mean, Texas weather is pretty friendly to roads isn't it?

 

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Nothing to offer, just wondering how your roads are worse than the salt belt, pot hole, frost heave $hit show we have in NY lol? I mean, Texas weather is pretty friendly to roads isn't it?

 

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I say Texas roads are bad, but it’s really the county and where at in Texas you are. From my experience, being west of north central Texas, it’s primarily sandy/sedimentary. When they place down roads where I’m at, no matter how perfect the road has been paved, and it rains, that rain water gets trapped under the pavement and the amount of potholes in my town outnumber the population tenfold. Then the county/city doesn’t want to do anything about the roads so that’s great. Every state has its shit roads, some worse that others, but nonetheless. I know some roads in Louisiana make ours feel like the salt beds in Utah.

 

 

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