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1998 camry front tire bounces at 60 mph

I had my tires balanced it didnt help it goes away at 70 mph

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Had the same problem. It turned out to be a rim out of round. Had to replace rims. OR could be loose lug nuts or improper lug nuts for aftermarket rims.

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