What should I expect to pay for a front left hub assembly replacement on 2008 Ford Explorer

constant espescially when loud when turning

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I'd think you'd need to replace the bearing, not the hub itself, unless the bearing is sold only that way.
A Ford specialist or an alignment shop could give you a reliable estimate.
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PS: I don't think alignment would be needed after a front wheel bearing replacement unless there's a pre-existing condition indicating wheel alignment problems.
This one is a hub and bearing assembly, FYI.