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Vibration!

While driving my truck the other day, It started vibrating pretty badly. It seems to vibrate from 30 to 45 mph. After that it smoothes out and drives fine until you slow back down to 30 or 40. It seems to be coming from the front driver side. I am thinking wheel bearings, but would like some input before I take anything apart. Thanks.

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I have the same vibration in my truck, only at 65 to 70 MPH.
Wish I knew what it was. Seems to be coming from the driver side front also.

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i had similar vibration and i got my tires balanced and it went away for awhile but it ended up being the hub was out so i replace it and the vibrating stop, you could also check your stabilizer shock that can sometimes cause a vibration if it is bad.

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My stabilizer is fine. I think it is my bearings. I'll take it in and get it checked out when I get my alignment done in a couple days.

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