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I OWN A E350 1999 12 PASSENGER VAN WITH 193000(HAS A SHIMMY)

I OWN A E350 1999 12 PASSENGER VAN WITH 193000 MILES. PREVIOUS TIRES GOODYEAR, DEVELOPED FRONT END SHIMMY. DEALER REPLACED WITH COOPER ATR(BALANCED). SHIMMY REDUCED BY 50%, BUT STILL PRESENT. 2 GARAGES VERIFIED NO OTHER PROBLEMS WITH FRONT END (EX),PITMAN ARM,SHOCKS, COIL SPRINGS, BALL JOINTS, ETC. WILL HAPPEN MORE ON A ROUGH ROAD, BUT EVEN ON HIGHWAY @ 50-55 MPH.SHIMMY FROM LEFT TO RIGHT, DOESN'T VERY MUCH FROM LOW TO HIGH SPEED.

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