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GTQuentin
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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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May 29, 7:26pm - #188353 
Car Shaking at 60mph+

Ever since i put my 17"s on my car shakes after 60. I mean the steering starts shaking and like the whole car. The faster the worst it shakes. Im goin to put my Tein's on then Im goin to get an aligmnet. Hopefully that will fix it, but i dont think so. And advice welcom

-it could be my Wanli tires, sence there a no name

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Erick
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May 29, 8:13pm - #188354 
yah I'm assuming it needs an alignment... happywink


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2001 Black Toyota Celica
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May 29, 8:30pm - #188355 
are your tires balanced? Check on that at a tire shop. thumbsup


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Peterkwon87
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May 29, 8:33pm - #188356 
it's alignment my car had the same problem, i think my front wheels were pigeon toed (point toward the outside) and that made it everytime i make a right turn, the tire would rub against the plastic thing, and it ate the rubber away. half my tire was like metal, kinda like mesh grilly looking, so i had to get new tires also. like 1000 bucks to fix frown

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celicagtshawaii
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May 29, 9:10pm - #188357 
My car has 17's on f1 eagles and I have the same problem but the freeway here is fuct so that may be the main reason. on a very smooth surface it's not as noticeable but at high speed it also lessens on any surface. is yours the same?


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grcelica
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May 29, 9:14pm - #188358 
I would say tires need balanced. Happened o me before.

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morris
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2000 White Toyota Celica GT
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May 29, 9:20pm - #188359 
Originally Posted by grcelica
I would say tires need balanced. Happened o me before.


Try first tires balance... is cheaper...if i doesn't work, go for aligment happywink

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GTQuentin
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May 29, 9:25pm - #188360 
When I got my rims they came "mounted and blanced". Yea after the springs, im going to get my much needed alignment. Hopefully it hast worn my tires any more than normal.

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May 30, 2:01am - #188361 
yea wat they said...or check your lugs nuts..maybe its a bit loose.

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