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I'm having an issue with the steering wheel vibrating while driving over speeds of 60mph. Ive had the vehicle balanced and aligned, but still experiencing the problem. No vibration with the vehicle itself but only through the steering wheel. Its a classic symptom of balancing as it doest occur at lower speeds but rebalancing didn't help.

There is no worn or damaged suspension component. Absolutely everything has been changed last year from the rack and pinion, tie rod ends, rotors, wheel bearings, coils, struts, control arms, sway bar bushing and links, strut mounts and bearing. The ball joints are fine, no play, and were changed a few years back with the Sankei 555 brand.

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One or both front wheels may be bent; the tires may have "cupping". These conditions can cause vibration at higher speeds.

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