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dizzywhiteboy66 dizzywhiteboy66
New User | Posts: 6 | Joined: 07/11
Posted: 07/09/11
07:30 AM

I am wanting to know if anyone could give me a sugestion on what would be causing a vibration from the front steering at about 45 miles per hour it feels like a wheel wants to come off but everything is tight nothing lose that i can see and i also have replace the tie rod ends both inner and outters.Also the front is not lowered either. thanks  

CARNAGE111905 CARNAGE111905
User | Posts: 80 | Joined: 02/11
Posted: 07/10/11
09:50 AM

If the tires are directional and they are on the wrong side then that will cause a vibration, also have the tires balanced. Have u checked the wheel bearings?  
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tuckn22s tuckn22s
Guru | Posts: 968 | Joined: 08/07
Posted: 07/11/11
08:42 PM

check the balljoints and bushings in the control arms  
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fil.am25 fil.am25
New User | Posts: 3 | Joined: 07/11
Posted: 07/23/11
10:09 PM

try the ball joints dude, or check the thread of your steering adapter,  Wink  

pennyman1 pennyman1
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Posted: 08/19/11
06:14 PM

Its the lower control arm bushings - they egg shape and allow the lca to move back and forth causing the vibration. Use the energy suspension urethane bushings - replace the strut rod bushings also while you're at it - they are available in urethane too.  
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