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    Hey guys so I’ve had new wheels and tires on for a month and bmr min drop springs front and drag springs rear with lock out kit on for 2 months. I’m running an edelbrock stage 2 aupercharger and within the last week I have gotten a vibration in the seat and alittle vibration in steering wheel. I didn’t get an alignment with the springs not sure if that makes a difference. But not all of a sudden at different speeds I get the vibration I’ve had all the tires rebalanced as well. Any help would be great
     
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    Do the wheels needs a hub centric ring?
     
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    I do not know that is a great question would that cause them to randomly start doing this
     
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    So probably not suspension or drive shaft then
     
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    Do you have an aftermarket driveshaft?
     
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    I don’t think suspension would cause vibration, that’s more driveline and tires kind of thing.
     
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    No stock drive draft just springs wheels lock out kit and supercharger
     
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    I would definitely check the tire and wheel situation. Make sure they are seated correctly. Some aftermarket wheels need hun centric rings to sit properly on the hub. I may be wrong but it’s all I can think of. Suspension you get more noise than anything. Not so much vibration.
     
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    So you think drive shaft is good?
     
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