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Thanks Ghostdog and shakerhood. I am sorry it took so long to reply however I finally did get to replacing the front wheel bearings on both sides today. It did help however the shake is still present. I dont think the rear axel bearings have been replaced. I am hearing weird noise from the rear end. Could it be possible that the bearings are that bad and causing vibration up in the front end or is there something else causing the shake. It does happen above 60 mph. The tie rods replaced, front end aligned, and the wheels balanced. Does anyone have any Ideas?
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You may have a bad joint in your Driveshaft. The Ford Motorspots Aluminum Shaft can still be found in the low to mid $200 range.
 
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