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When I get up to 60 mph I have a shaking in my front end . I think my tires my have to be balenced but what else can couse this problem

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Front end alignment, defective tire, wheel out of balance, front end wear.

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Yes you are right, at the same time have your shocks checked and while they are balancing the tyres make sure the rims are not buckled/damaged

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