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Like if u was going over a bunch of rocksi have lots of the steering wheel like the front is going to fall of it hase brand new wheels

Its's like im driving on a bunch of rocks steering shack help please its my granda pa's we started every time once a month

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The front end is worn out, replace parts as needed.

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