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Old 12-05-2010, 01:59 PM   #1  
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Default Car shakes at about 55

Hi guys. I just picked up an 07 gt with (I think) stage 2 roush. The front end starts to vibrate at about 55, the steering wheel goes back and forth, quiets down at around 70 and starts back up at around 77. The dealer where I bought it thought that the front wheels needed to be balanced, they took it for a test drive, balanced the front wheels and it is worse. One of the front rims has a little bend in it like someone ran something over.
The shop wants to send the wheels out for a high speed balance. Any thoughts?
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Mike in NH
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