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Question 1994 mustang front tire noise

i have a problem with my 1994 ford mustang front tire on the passenger side. the problem is a low bass sound noise that kind of rumbles. when this noise happens the front right side of the car will shake. this noise happens while i am driving and if i am braking lightly. the car has two new front tires put on about a month ago, the alignment was done at the same time and just today a new hub assembly was put on that tire. that obviously did not fix it since i am on here seeking anyone with knowledge about what this could be. please, please, please, if anyone has any ideas, let me know. thank you.

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front control arm loose, sway bar could be rubbing something or loose. Tire may be rubbing the fenderwell cover. could be a number of things.


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broken shock...........
wheel bearing........

thats my guess........

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