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Old 07-28-2014, 10:20 AM   #1
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Default Mild shaking at low speeds

Hey guys I got an '04 2wd SCrew that I recently purchased and loving it! It's my first truck so it's a bit of an adjustment for me and I was wondering.. When I drive down the road ( I drive a lot in the country to work and back) I feel like I'm always bouncing around on the road. I took into account the rough roads and the nature of it being a truck but I'm starting to notice it happens even after pulling out of my driveway and just going down the street. It's not bad just kinda feels like I'm going over little bumps on the road consistently. I've done small things like tire rotation and balanced. Although did not get an alignment. Any ideas on what this is? Or am I just not used to making the switch from car to truck? I've also tried to read up on maybe it being the tie rods, but I'm not quite sure on the function of these and what they do. I've also heard a sway bar can help this. Anyways appreciate the input guys thanks

TLR Truck shakes mildly even at low speeds feels like I'm always bouncing around
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