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Stressing judder fault help

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Hi there look for a bit help .I've had new tracking rod ends .wheels balanced new tyres tracking done on computer at Kwik fit . back wheels swapped with front wheels new discs new pads . and still get back judder about just over 65 mph . never ever hit the kurb so it can't be  a drive shaft problem . but a few people say it could be a streering rack problem but not sure any one had this problem after the jobs what's been done could help me out thanks

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Driveshafts do wear out without hitting kerbs so don't rule that out.  Hubs can also be warped.  Dodgy steering rack is unlikely to judder in a straight line.

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On 2/12/2019 at 11:30 AM, TomsFocus said:

Driveshafts do wear out without hitting kerbs so don't rule that out.  Hubs can also be warped.  Dodgy steering rack is unlikely to judder in a straight line.

Thanks for reply am going to look in to the things you said above cheers

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