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When you get to 45 or 50 mph the front tires wobble side to side

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Get the tires balanced at a tire place.

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Might have a tierod end going out jack the front end off the ground and move the tires side to side feel for play in the steering, also try to move the tire in and out on the bottom if you have play there you might have a wheel bearing going out or you might have a ball joint going out, but most likly its a tierod end, inner or outer.

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