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2006 JEEP WRANGLER 2 DOOR WITH 33'S SHAKES AT 45MPH. TOOK IT TO THE SHOP AND THEY SAID IT WAS A BAD TIRE. TIRES ONLY HAVE ABOUT 8000 MILES ON THEM

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It HAS been known to happen before. I've put BRAND NEW tires on a vehicle to find that there was one who had a bad spot in it....the belt inside the tire was split and it made a flat spot FROM the factory

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