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This vehicle has new tires and still rear of vehicle seems to squirm back and forth at any speed but notice it mostly above 50 ! It also does it when the cruise control is engaged and disengaged.

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Sounds like either a bent rim or loose or worn wheel bearings, if you can jack the back end up, just so the tire is off the ground, grasp the top and bottom of the tire and try to rock it back and forth, if it clunks you've got bearing troubles.

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