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Front end shakes alittle when driving over 40 till 75 tires are not the best could it be old out of round tires

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Have the tires inspected and rebalanced. As tires wear, the points at which they first were unbalanced have now worn and other spots may throw a little shake at higher speeds. The tires should be balanced every 15,000 miles or at least checked. By that time you should be on you third tire rotation(every 5,000). This will also help pin point any trouble spots or potential failures in the tires, brakes, or suspension(since they should be looking while the tires are off). But don't assume they are telling you the truth. If they wont show you, it isn't true! Plus don't feel obligated to have it repaired there. Get a second opinion if that makes you feel more comfortable. You would with a doctor. Be the advocate for your car!

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