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My 98 4x4 ford expidition shakes at 45 mph and when i hit the brakes is shakes like a crack baby so i replaced the upper and and lower ball joints and outer tie rod ends and allined withen a 1/4in. frount to back of the tire by using a score line and replaced the tires and and rims this did not fix the problam and im almost out funds and need some advise on the subject?

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Try having the front brake rotors turned

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