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Vibration and allignment

Im having trouble keeping my front end alligned and im getting a pretty bad vibration when i get up around 50-55mph

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  • tbiggs21 Apr 29, 2010

    I just had the upper ball joints replaced this winter and had the idler arms replaced a year ago.

  • tbiggs21 Apr 29, 2010

    yea they're pretty bad but its just irritating and ive had the vibration for a while but it comes and goes but recently it has gotten worse

  • tbiggs21 Apr 29, 2010

    yea its a 2001 GMC Sierra 2500 HD 4X4

  • tbiggs21 Apr 29, 2010

    alright ill do that. Thank you

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Have the front end checked for worn parts, something is worn out, hard to say without hands on look at the parts, any tire shop like Big O will do an inspection for free.

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    yadayada Apr 29, 2010

    have another shop look at it, do u have bad roads where u are?

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    yadayada Apr 29, 2010

    is this a 4 wheel drive

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    yadayada Apr 29, 2010

    You still have worn parts somewhere, suggest you get it looked at again, quite poss the CV joints are worn out or the rubber susspension bushings, both will cause a shimmy and vibration. You need to ask around for someone who really knows 4X4 front ends, they are a whole new ballgame for most front techs, 4 wheel drive accessory shops often can really help with this problem, they get lots of input and many have shops to install parts and do repairs like this.

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Well what about the wheelbearings?

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