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When driving, if I go into a right curve and exelerate i feel a strong vibration, but only if i am exelerating. If I am costing around the curve it's just fine. I replaced both wheel hubs, but that didn't fix the problem. Please let me know what you think. Thanks, Mike

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Has to be a front axle(inner joint) Very common. Will be able to feel the play with the wheels off the ground.

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