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Van shimmes vibrates at speeds 60 to 65 then stops at 70 reduce speed and starts again

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    vibration at 45-50 and again over 60

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This condition is usually caused by a loose front end component, take it in and have it checked, also check for a possible cracked frame rail near the steering box.

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