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Old 07-15-2007, 09:56 PM   #1
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Why is it?

Why is it that most problems seem to be noticed at 45-55 MPH? Such as Alignment, Tire Balance etc.

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Its like when the space shuttle hits the speed of sound is when the problems occur. At 45 - 55mph, vehicles reach the peak speed.

I had an old Chevy Cavalier and at about 60mph it had the shakes.

Some things in this universe are just unexplainable.

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Harmonics sound like a good thing to me too.. similar as the engine shaking at 1500rpm and then lowering at 2k rpm and then shaking again at 2500..

I wonder what will happen at the speed of light. That would be amazing.
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