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Strong front end vibrations when at speeds of 35 - 55 mph. I tried removing the front end 4wd shaft and it made no difference. Any suggestions?

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Check for deformed tyres is the first choice here i think jack each wheel up and spin it and have a good look for any out of roundness

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