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Front end shakes to a point that vehicle has to stop to proceed correcting the shake, front end has new dampening shock installed, new shocks, front end alignment ok, tires are balanced and new tie rods. Only thing that has not been changed out is lower ball joint.

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  • bboyd50 Apr 26, 2010

    Rotors replaced about 1 year ago, brakes are not applied for the advent to happen. Usualy washboard road will start the un-stopable shake.

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Your front brake rotors are probally warped...

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