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My car has the shake, but since I normally drive under the 75-80 where it happens, it is not a problem. What I have noticed over the last few weeks is more of a pulse in the wheel at lower speeds (35-45ish). I attached the video below to show what I am talking about. Any ideas?
https://vimeo.com/191102808


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The tires are due to be rotated in 1,000 miles. I'm not sure their age, they were on the car when I bought it. I have had the car for about 2 1/2 years and put on a little over 32k miles.
 

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My car has the shake, but since I normally drive under the 75-80 where it happens, it is not a problem. What I have noticed over the last few weeks is more of a pulse in the wheel at lower speeds (35-45ish). I attached the video below to show what I am talking about. Any ideas?
https://vimeo.com/191102808


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What is the manufacture date of your OB? The problem was in some early '10 OB's that came off the line. By early '11 they seem to have the problem solved
 

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It is a very early model. I think it was built the middle of '09.


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I found out the problem. I knew the tires were due to be replaced soon, but didn't know how bad they actually were. I had a front tire that had the tread separating. Went to Walmart on Saturday and got a new set of Douglas All Seasons. Cheapest set of tires I have ever purchased, but from what I can figure is they are a decent tire.
 
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