Probably a wheel balance problem or possibly a bent rim.
Wheel balance, bent rim, bad tire or worn steering components to name a few.
Because it's a Ford
55mph is about 88.5km/h
55mph = 88.5km/h
u probabily need an alignment u probabily need an alignment
This is a classic symptom of a tire out of balance. Have the tires inspected for damage and have the tires rotated and balanced. This should solve the problem.
Probably your drive shaft needs balanced. check to see if you have some gunk stuck on it that could be throwing it off it also could be a rim that need balanced or aligned
Check into a new steering dampner, it's a common cause for shake at speed in a Jeep, but it could also be alignment or balance.
Unless you can tell whether it is coming from the front or the back of the vehicle, check the balance of all your tires. Another possibility - you may have a bad engine mount.
1,243.6 seconds to cover 19 miles at 55mph
52.8 seconds to travel 4,260 feet @55mph
This is not a question its just a statement.
ya. i have one and im 110lbs and i can easily do 55mph.
Speed - but NOT velocity.
Your universal joints are shot, get them replaced asap!
what is 90in =to what is 90in =to
55mph 150 yards