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Old 09-30-2013, 11:31 PM   #2
JusticePete
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Suspension will rarely cause a speed sensitive vibration. Rotating mass causes speed sensitive vibrations. A few quick questions please.

How many miles are on your car?
What wheel and tire package are you running?
Has the car been in any type of collision? Kissed a curb? Gone off road at a track?
Has a run-out check been done on the wheel, rotor and hub separately and as a completed assembly?
Is t the same shop that has road forced both sets of wheels and tires?
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