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Front end wobble

Driving at hiway speeds I get a bad wobble, shake. I have tried the road force balancing to no avail. I have changed tires... no luck. Does Ford have an issue with this? 4X4 Roush F150

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Have the tires been removed from the rim and rim spun on balencer to check how straight the bead surface is ? Strut Leaking fluid ? Ball joint or Tie rod bad ? wheel bearing wobble ?

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