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91 Toyota Supra rear vibration

Im having an issue with a bad vibration in the rear of my car, seems to occur on open road when doing over 80km/h. Have check tightned wheel nuts and bearings and these are fine. Have no idea what may cause it or why.

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I have a similar problem with my car and it is linked to the rear trailing arm bushes which cause the rear tyres to warp on the inner side of the tyre wall which makes this wuring noise at certain speeds so have them checked out!

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