Did you install a brand new hub bearing and it failed in less than a year? The answer is simple, the bearing was not torqued according to the manufacturer's specification and/or a new cv axle nut was not used. I viewed many instructional videos online and they rarely used a torque wrench and they rarely used a new cv axle nut on a new installation. Once you remove the old cv axle nut, it no longer has the holding ability once engineered into it. A torque wrench must be used to "load" the bearing. Failure to properly torqued the new cv axle nut will result in instant failure of a new hub bearing.