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Have had tires replaced cause first set was ruined after 15000 miles and new ones didn't fix the vibration. Have a vibration at 40-45 and 60-65mph and have had alignment, balance and the top of the line balance and still does it sometimes bad and sometimes not so bad, they said flat spots on tires but still does it even if you drive for hours.They won't tear anything apart cause they said they don't get paid for warranty labor unless parts are replaced, you ask me they should replace all the parts

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Dear friend-i would advise that you look at the lower control arm ball joints,this vibration can come from the suspention

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