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NOT GMC, freightliner bounces My freightliner straight truck bounces as I go down the road. The faster I go the worse it gets. At low speeds I can see the hood bouncing up and down, At high speed it just vibrates the steering wheel. Any ideas?

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  • steelduff Jul 15, 2009

    yes, Got six new tires two weeks ago. It sat for most of that time. Went to the lake with it and noticed this problem.

  • steelduff Jul 15, 2009

    yes got six new tires . but havent driven much since then.

  • steelduff Jul 15, 2009

    yes two weeks ago got six new tires. Parked truck since then Only driven a few miles.

  • Stan Cather
    Stan Cather May 11, 2010

    have you had the front tires off ?

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Youo need to center the tires.

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

  • Stan Cather
    Stan Cather Jul 16, 2009

    You will need to be sure the rim is centered on the lugs studs.

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