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Answered 2008-10-02 22:42:08

...I would say check the brake calipers make sure everything is tight, check the tires and make sure that they are well balanced and inflated properly, check the brake rotars for any warps... check the alignment, and check to see if the steering stability shock is still in good working order.

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