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Wicked vibration in front driver side wheel

I have a '86 Toyota 4Runner, and the front driver side wheel just recently started vibrating at low speeds. I'm farely sure the wheels and tires are properly balanced, as I recently had 2 tie rod ends and an idler arm replaced, along with an alignment. Please help.

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Make sure the balance weights are still there, they can fall off from time to time. If its not that, jack it up and spin the wheel to see if you have a "flat" spot on the tire. Next grab the tire on the top and bottom and shake it, if there is play in it then the wheel bearing in bad or the ball joints need replacing.

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