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1969 dart, front end vibrates at about 35 mph, had new tires put on and are balanced. What else?

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You should take the car back to the tire shop and ask them to check the tires again for balance and also check the front end under the car. I have a 71 Dart and if things get a little loose in the front end it creates a vibration. Also are the shocks good? Bad shocks will allow the front end to vibrate as well. And if there is something wrong with the front end it can be dangerous. I hope that this helps. let me know. Please leave feed back.

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  • Rob Carpenter Jun 23, 2009

    Another thing you can look for is check the u-joints. Yes the u-joints. If one of them are bad you can get a strng vibration that can be hard to pinpoint. It happened to me. Good luck I hope this helped.

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