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Thumping noise at 60-65 mph

When I accelerate to 65 mph I get a successive thumping until I go over that speed. It is always at the same speed and it is when accelerating. sometimes it doent happen if I accelerate slowly.

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    vibration not as bad when you let off of accelerator

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Check wheel balance.

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