1999 Chevy S10 4x4 Front Wheel Hub Failure

I have a 1999 Chevy S-10 that has 47,000 on the odometer. I have experience hub noise the last two weeks. (Thought it was in the back
but wheel noises are hard to pionpoint).Move the steering wheel slightly right and noise lessens, go around a slight left curve and the noise worsens. It turns out that the passenger side hub was bad.
Recently, I made a trip to New York City via I-78. On the return trip in the rain I hit a nasty pot hole doing at least 55 that I couldn't see in the driving rain storm. I am a little surprised that this has caused a bearing failure since there was apparently no other damage.
My repair cost at a dealer is $567. The GM replacement hub was $465. If the driver side ever goes, I may do the repair myself. I posted this for info because of some of the other posts in this and other NG concerning premature failure of this part.
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