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25mph to 50 mph tire wobble

Honda odyessy steering wobble at speeds 25 to 55mph. I think that it still happens at 70 but is less noticeable.

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It could be a couple of things the tires could be out of balance and need rebalanced on the machine or it could of lost a weight from either the inside of rim or outside wherever your weights are located.

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