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I have problem mi 91 honda accord ex coupe has vibration when im driving 55 & up im replaced l/f axle,control arm & balance the tires

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Is there vibration in steering wheel? Check for bent wheel then check axle...again. Remans are not always good and new ones are just a bit more expensive. Also, check the output shaft bearing for excess play. Also try rotating tires to confirm it's not there.

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