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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
i know we've been over this question before, but. I've replaced shocks, bushings ( not the axle pivot bushings yet ), ball joints, and packed and torqued the bearings. Could i need my tires reballenced. Symptoms: 65mph 3000+ rpm no vibrate. 70+mph 2000+ rpm front passinger side has an annoying bounce/vibrate. The tires only have 10000 on them.

 
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thanks for the rotor info. That might be dead on, becuase it is groved and thin. I left my book at home, do you know if i can buy the "disk only" or if i have to get the rotor assembly?
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Befre you tear into your rotors, rotate your tires. If the vibration follows the tire then it is in the wheel/tire assembly and not the rotor.

 
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