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First thing in the morning start up let warm couple of mins. then reverse no prob then drive and the front end vibrates bad even just for a couple of feet. the faster yu go kinda stops. there when ya turn to. goes away when it warms up got any clues. can tell you when the tires are off doesnt do it when it has hung in the air then dropped it wont do it for about 3 or 4 weeks then its back ????????? ive checked ball joints and everything in front end stumped in AZ

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