Is it a press-in bearing (this is an Accent forum so not familiar with the Elantra)? If so, perhaps it was damaged during installation if this wheel camber problem did indeed only begin after replacing it. Check the bearing for play.I know this is an old thread, but was there a conclusion to this? I just changed the entire front suspension on my wifes 2006 Elantra. Was fine for a short while then realized I needed to change the whelle bearing as it was bad. So since the hub is not expensive I replaced the wheel bearings and hubs. Now on the drivers side the tire leans inward drastically at the top when moving backwards and out when moving forward? I have followed the advice in this forum such as shaking the wheel and looking for anything loose and found nothing. Any other advice?