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Shake in Steering Wheel

I am getting a bad vibration above 55 mph. The right side tire had uneven wear on the outside half of the tire. I have replaced the steer tire and had the wheels balanced. The vibration was less. Afterward I had the front and rear suspension replaced and a three wheel alignment done. The shake in the steering wheel is still there. What's needed to be done to correct this.

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Try Tru-Balance product you have tried everything else. I put them on my W900 and love them.

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Thanks, I am getting ready to purchase them.

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Does the vibration eventually go away with enough speed? IF so, your toe setting is out of calibration. The steering wheel shakes trying to fight the toe out condition until you reach a high enough speed that the force is able to hold the tires "toed-out".

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It doesn't vibrate until i get up to 55 mph. I added the true balance products and that evened it out great.

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I would replace front shocks. This really helped on my truck.

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