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I need some advice. I brought my 2011 RRS 4-5 weeks ago from a reputable dealer. Since ownership the steering wheel has a shake between 70-80+ mph.
I’ve had the wheels and tracking checked twice. 2 garages have inspected underneath and all have said no play anywhere. I even had the the calipers temperature checked in case a piston is sticking. I’ve taken it back to the dealer and they re balanced the wheels and said they all do that ??
What do I do now. I’m considering giving the car back and buying something else.
 

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Have you tried a Roadforce balance? I had the same but then got a roadforce balance and that helped a ton. Regular wheel balancing didn't cut it. Still have a little wobble but so much better than before.
 

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OEM Wheels or Aftermarket? 70-80 could be a bent wheel or a poorly made aftermarket wheel.
 

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I think mine is honestly a bent rims from NYC roads. Will check out suspension and stuff in a few weeks
 

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I never had the problem with either of my RRS or LR3s. Sounds like a bad wheel or bad, out of round tire.

Road force (Hunter) wheel balance should show which wheel is wobbling . . . identified and fixed an issue on my X308 quickly.
 
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