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I have a shaking problem in the front end of my truck when I am decelerating (mostly between 30 and 40 mph). I thought it was rotors, but they look fine. A dealer suggested it be the center-link? How could I test this?

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I think you mean the drag link in the steering linkage, they have grommets in them that have to be replaced, also that shimming could be from loose or damaged wheel hearings or hubs in the front wheels..

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