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There are so many items that can cause this problem. Worn tie rod ends, looseness in the steering gear assembly. Out of balance tire/wheel assemblies. Mud or debris stuck on the inner part of the wheel that you can not see from the outside. Bent wheels. Out of round tires or cupped tires. Hope this give you a jump start on your ploblem.

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