Ok, here's the deal. I have an 01 Kia Rio with some kind of problem in the drivers side front end. It wobbles really bad at low speeds and it burns through bearings alot. I replaced the whole hub and knuckle assembly including spindle and bearings so none of this is the problem. I also ruled out the rotor and tires because I switched them out so this is not the problem. I also put my little donut on this side of the car and it's really noticeable then, I guess because of the tire size. I jacked up the front of the car and let the tires spin freely while the car was idling and it's definitely the drivers side that is the problem I can see it clearly. I don't have a clue as to what could cause this. I don't think the ball joint or the cv joint is bad at all and as far as I can tell nothing is bent at all. I was thinking it might be the axle is bent however It just seems like it would be really hard for that to bend. I do know that someone before me did replace the cv axle on the passenger side of the car but the drivers side is the same axle. I was going to just try replacing the axle and giving it a shot but the axle is really stuck in the transmission and there is hardly any room on this car to get anything in there. I thought about buying an axle puller but I hate to put more money into it unless I'm sure this is the problem. I'm wondering if I should just take it somewhere now. If anyone has any help I'd really appreciate it. Also if anyone knows how I could check to see if the axle is bent or maybe the cv joint, ball joint, or even the stabilizer bar. Is there an accurate way I could check these. I hate to do it but I think I might just have to give in and take it somewhere on this one.