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2000 jeep Grand cherokee

Its shaking at 65-70 miles/hour and on a bumpy road i hear a knocking on the front end .
I recently have changed all tie rods disck breaks rottors , front sawy link bars , rotated the tires and had a new allighment done . Could be the ball joints ?

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A very good possibility is a bad trac bar in the front-end, also how old is the front steering damper?

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