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Hi,, has anybody ever been able to do abything about the 155 steering wheel vibration on less than perfect roads?
 

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make sure your wheels are REALLY well balanced, if you still get a shake you may have a buckled wheel, hope this helps.
 

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Yes.. I had all of the above.

While you're having your wheels balanced get them tracked too.. it'll help the wheels stay on course (less fight through the steering wheels).

Ralf S.
 
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AlT said:
Hi,, has anybody ever been able to do abything about the 155 steering wheel vibration on less than perfect roads?
You might want to check your transaxles. Once you get play on
those you'll get vibrations as well.
 
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