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Front end vibration around 45-55 mph

Old 02-03-2006, 09:06 PM
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Default Front end vibration around 45-55 mph

I have a 1966 T-Bird. Recently, both the engine and tranny have been rebuilt. Now there seems to be a vibration in the front end when I reach about 45 - 55 mph. It feels like it is in the front end (I can feel it in the steering wheel). The driveline seems to be tight and I have had the tires balanced. Any other suggestions??? Thanks in advance.
Old 04-01-2007, 10:12 PM
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Default RE: Front end vibration around 45-55 mph

Driveshaft balance can affect it also. When older the weights can crack loose and fly off. Checking the balance wouldn't hurt. If it's in the front - do you have front drum brakes?
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