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Feels like the stering has play in it and will this cause it to make the stering whell shake a little at higer speeds

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Hello, It sounds like you need your wheels balanced and the play adjusted on your steering. At high speeds the wheels will wobble if they ate not balanced correctly. Jax or someone similar should be able to help you with that. Takes about an hour.

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