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I believe this may have accidently been posted to the wrong catagory or is the result of a website issue. I am not familiar with any "Playstation 3" trucks.

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This could be caused by many different things. It could be as simple as a problem with the tires, tire balancing, etc.
If it's more of a "shimmy" than a shake, then it's most likely the front wheels doing it.
Your wheel bearings or hub assemblies may need to be replaced. Some models allow for easy replacement of bearing hub assemblies, which depending on the make and model, could be as cheap as about $30 per side, or as much as $100 or more per side, but relatively easy for a do-it-yourself job, so long as you have the tools.
If your make and model does not use replacable assemblies, then it would require having a shop do some press work to remove the worn bearings and then press in a new set.
I've done both types on my personal vehichles within the last 6 years or so, both are reasonably easy to do for most DIY home mechanics or anybody with a decent set of tools and a socket big enough for the main hub nut, but without an arbor press or hydraulic press available, the non-"assembly" type of repair will require a shop.
For vehichles that do have assemblies available, you simply lock up the parking break and make sure the vehichle is in park, jack the vehichle, use jackstands for safety, then remove the front wheel. Then if disc brakes, remove brake calliper, which is usually held in place by one or two bolts and hand using wire such as a coathanger to not pull on the brake lines, slide off the brake disk, remove any caps or covering over the axle hub nut. Buy or find a socket big enough for the hub nut and brake it loose using a large rachet if possible, or a breaker bar.
The hub bearing assembly should have three or four bolts holding it on. Once they are removed, you should be able to slide the hub off of the axle and replace with new assembly. Some vehichles will have different hub assemblies based on the wheel size and lug nut bolt hole pattern, so have the factory tire size info available when looking for the replacement part. Repeat for opposite side.
Since the vehichles that do not have replacable assemblies require a shop most often for the presswork, if that is the case, you may prefer to simply have a shop do all of the work. Otherwise, the proceeder is similar, except that you would need to remove the entire hub, which risks losing alignment and may need to have the wheels realigned afterwards. Then take the whole hub and hub frame to a shop to have the bearings removed and replaced, or you may elect to try that yourself, if you happen to have a press available. Tricky problems to watch for while trying this at home would be trying to prevent any change in wheel alignment since the control arms would need to be removed from the hub, worn control arm studs could require replacement before making replacement of hub possible, and you would be fighting against shock or strut compression while remounting the hub.

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