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VIBRATION MY 1990 CLUB WAGON 7.3LT 8 CYLINDER, VIBRATES AT APPROUCH OF 65/70 MPH, TIRES ARE WELL BALLANCED PLEASE ASSIST ME. THANK YOU MY NAME IS IYK FROM NIGERIA.

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Check u joints 
also check  the front supension to see if the rivits that anchor the  twin i beams to the frame are wore out  the easy way to check is to look at where the frame and the i beam  mounts come together have someone turn the steering wheel from  lock to lock  if it is to worn you will see the i beam mount slide on the frame  this is most noticeable on driver side 
to fix take to shop most people can not fix this at home 
good luck

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