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      09-19-2021, 05:06 AM   #1
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Anyone experience long vibration pulses at high speeds?

New to this and hopefully some great advice.
Im having a sense of long and mild pulses at high speeds around 90-100mph approximately on straights through the steering wheel. Is this normal? or is this something to do with the lane departure vibration from the steering but im not changing lanes or have the lane departure setting active at the time.

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      09-21-2021, 02:27 AM   #2
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I've maxed mine (155) and no vibrations or pulses through the wheel speeding up or coming off, mine hasn't got the lane change buzzer.
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This is a common issue when your tires get past the halfway point. Check your tires for remaining depth, hot spots or uneven wear.

If the tires have less than 40-50% life left, I guarantee swapping out for a new set will fix this immediately.
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I've maxed mine (155) and no vibrations or pulses through the wheel speeding up or coming off, mine hasn't got the lane change buzzer.
Thanks for sharing.

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This is a common issue when your tires get past the halfway point. Check your tires for remaining depth, hot spots or uneven wear.

If the tires have less than 40-50% life left, I guarantee swapping out for a new set will fix this immediately.
This is probable and I appreciate your inputs. I had another recommend to have a look at road force balancing. That could probably be a natural steps if the wear is relatively even and there is still some life left in them without an immediate new set of tires which costs significantly more.
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