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I just got new breaks new rotors and calipers but it still shake when i go past 55

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Have tires balanced (and possibly rotated) and ask the tire tech to check for the 'out of roundness' of the tires when spin balancing them.

If there is, then change any of the 'bad' tires with new good tires.

I recommend goodyear or michelin for initial tire quality and performance, too.

Hope this helps.

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