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  • Surin Khairil Sabri
    If the tires and wheels spin true and you still have a problem, then you should have a mechanic look at the vehicle. The most common cause of vehicle shakes at 50 mph or higher is tire balance. Again, transmission or drive lines can cause this, but the tires should be the first thing to have checked.
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