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Why do i get ashuder on my polo 07 model 1.4i or not stable on rd i put new ball joints tierod ends rack ends thanx regards sam naidoo.

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I shouldn't think an 07 model would have enough wear on the front suspension components to cause the type of problems you describe, unless you sustained damage in an accident or drive in rough terrain. I would suspect one or more bad tires or misalignment. Worn struts could be part of the problem. If the shudder you describe is in the front end, rotate your tires front to back and see if the shudder moves to the rear. If it does, then it's most likely bad tires.

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