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60mph speed vibrations: have your tires checked. They may be out of balance. One way to tell is to run your hand flat over the tread surface as you go around the tire. other than the space between the treads, you should feel a relatively smooth tire. If you notice raised treads, lumpiness or uneveness in treads then you may need to change tire. Have suspension checked. As for the floor board knock, have your motor and transmission mounts checked.
oil pump couild've failed,allowing no oil pressure,or bearing could've spun and threw a rod bearing,usually when this happens there is some fair warnings,like oil light/gauge droping pressure or a loud knocking noise.if you didn't experience any of these I would like to know also.
if you can turn the serpentine belt either direction by hand at all you probably need a harmonic balancer..or just look in the passenger wheelwell at the h/balencer and see if the rubber is cracked all the way around.. just fixed one with that issue
Wheel was knocked off? Front or rear? Most definitely will be a wheel bearing involved. The parts if it is just a rear bearing should be under $50 , Under $70 for the front, and do check the rotors and calipers and brake pads, that is a good hit . If you feel the need to change any brake parts, always change that part on both sides.
It's something in your steering components or you tires. I've seen both. If your tires are pretty good, it could be your steering stablizer. It's like a shock asorber for you steering system. There also maybe some components wearing out in your steering system too though casuing the stablizer to wear out or unable to to asorb the shock from the bump.