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My car toyota corolla 1998. I have new tires and new rims on her. When I driving at 80km/hrs below. she run very smooth. But when I give her runing at over 80km/hrs. She start saking all car. toyota corolla 1998

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This should be checked by a mechanic - this may be a warning of worse to come. But did you balance the new tires and rims?

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Sounds like a tire out of balance

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