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1988 BRONCOII has a minor shake at high speeds

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Get your wheels balanced and front end aligned. If that doesnt do it its either the berrings or a suspension component like tie rods or ball joints... take it somewhere and have it checked out. Shouldn't be too much on a bronco II

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