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Front Wheel Tire Alignment 2007 Commander Limited

My front tire / rim ( probably driver side ) starts vibrating back and forth only after 62 MPH speed. The dealer says its tires only and changed it with used tires from another Commander. It only feels 65 percent better. It still does it 35 percent of the time now.

Is the dealer right that its the tires ? Should I buy new tires ? What else can it be? Why only after 62 MPH ?

Please help.
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Check wheel balance if not replace tires/rim but do a balance after. Check for uneven wear due to low or excessive tire pressure.

hope this helps since i have had numerous problems on different vehicles.
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