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-Tires worn out uneven.>> Need new tires.
-Possibly ben wheel.


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Front wobble may be caused by brake rotors, loose components or a twisted belt in a tire. When you say wobble, does the steering get out of control? that could mean a very serious problem. Does it feel as if someone has grabbed your tush and shakes you back and forth? If this is the case then you have a twisted steeel belt in a tire, you can check this visually, or run your hand over the tire, you will feel a hump in the tire - that is where the belt twisted time for a new tire, it is dangerous to keep the tire on the vehicle it could blow out.

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