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I have a 1998 Chevy Silverado. I can shake both front tires & they shake very bad. What do you think this is?There is a part that shakes when you shake the tires it looks like a T . I have never saw this part on a vehicle's front end.Can you please help me?

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If the play is side to side, it's most likely the idler arm and maybe the pitman arm. If the play is up and down with the wheels off the ground, I'd check the ball joints for play and then the bearings.

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If you can shake your tires, with the igniton locked, it's something in your steering systerm. Not your sway/stablizer bar. On your truck, if I belive what your talking about, if it's on the drivers side, I belive it would be the pitman arm, on passanger, idler arm. Need to see to say for sure though.

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IT MAYBE YOUR FRONT END STABLIZER BAR

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