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Take it to a shop that can put it up on a rack and inspect bushings and connections and also balance your tires. Your brake rotors may also be warped and need turning. Then you may have to consider having wheel bearings checked. The shop should be able to do that as well.
Hopefully it's just tires or rotors.

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