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The font end is vibrating when I hit the brakes at higher speeds 55-65

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Hi.
if the vibration is only occuring when you press the brakes, then you almost certainly have a warped disk (rotor, if in US) on one of the front brakes. as it only occurs at relatively high speeds, it may not even be visible to the eye, but would need to be measures accurately using a dial gauge.
warped disks are not usually repaired, just replaced.

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Schnolan, It sounds like you need to have your front brake rotors checked. When rotors go "out of round" they will grab a little when applying the brake. If you also feel a vibration in the brake pedal then this is definitely the problem. Have the rest of the front end checked at the same time as the vibrating can wreak havoc on the tie rod ends as well as other parts. Good luck with this.

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