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The front end of the van shakes and vibrates badly when van reaches 55 and above in speed

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According to your specifications. You most likely have unbalanced wheels. If your vehicle only does it above that speed this is most likely the cause. Visit any walmart store and request balance and rotation for a less expensive solution. If this does not fix your problem, most likely you have bad ball joints and these will require a more expensive aproach unless you can do it yourself. If you replace it yourself you would have to get it aligned by a profesional mechanic. Hope this works for you.

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