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Vibration in front end above 55 to 60 toyota van ? NEW TIRES

Tires needed replaceing bought all 4 new ones,,, front ones giving trouble vibrateing above 50 or 60 mph , will level out again bout 65 or more ,,,,, took back 3 times to tire dealer and even went to a different one and they both state not out of ballance ? Is there anyone near MAYFIELD , KENTUCKY 42066 that anyone can tell me about, that had the system to balance the tires on the van rather than take off an put on machine as most do now includeing these 2 dealers !

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your car needs to be aligned and balanced...

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You may need to have tyres balanced and wheel alignment done.

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The drive shaft needs to be replaced.its slightly bent or damaged.Check end float on both drive shafts for excesive movement.Also check for lift in the driveshaft gearbox bearings.Hope that is helpfull.good luck.

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Find a tire shop that has a HUNTER GSP 9700 road force balancer. this puts a load on the tire and will find a bad tire, or rim, and it will tell the operator where the tire should be orientated on the wheel for best run out. If its a tire/wheel problem this will find it. Call a high end tire store or dealer and ask if they have one.

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