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Deformed tyres is the most likely cause,modern tyres have to decompose quicker under enviromental laws so they do not last as long in service and remember you must have two identical tyres on each axle
Posted on Nov 22, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first make sure its not in 4x4 and all wheels spin freely. it could be tire, but double ck the u-joints on the rear drive shaft. maybe rotate the tires front to back to see if makes a difference. i would also recommend making sure all running gear fluids are full. (transmission, transfercase, and differential.)
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Yes, if you are missing the "Steering Stabilizer" from the front end of that vehicle then you can expect there to be an un-stable steering control especially at higher speeds, and you should replace it and see if that solves the problem.
Other common causes for that to happen are bent rims, out of round or out of balance tires (the tires might even look alright and show no signs of a problem until you actually spin them and see if they are true.), worn out or damaged wheel/hub bearings, ball joints, or tie rods, a loose steering rack, the rear axle not tracking right with the front axle/tires, a loose or broken shock absorber or strut, a loose or broken motor mount or transmission mount, and then there is the drive shaft, and a bad universal joint can also cause that vibration.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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