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Truck starts bouncing when you drive at take off and 60 miles hour speed

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You probably have bad shocks. Check them by pushing up and down on the bumper and let go. Good shocks will make the bounce stop after a few times. Where as, bad shocks will keep the bouncing going for a while.

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