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Steering wheel shake--I need some ideas

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New Pirelli PZeros mounted and now my MY05 C2 coupe has a nasty case of steering wheel shake at about 75 MPH. The tires have been balanced and re-balanced on two different machines. I had my OZ Ultraleggeras trued. I'd like to have the tires shaved but that service doesn't seem to exist in my area. I need some ideas for isolating the source of this shake. 

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Unless you've previously hit something, it's odds-on that the wheels are still not properly balanced.

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As you have the 'best option' a C2 (sorry to all you 4WD chaps!) then get your front wheels balanced on the car. Assuming when you remove them, you replace them in exactly the same position (ie mark 1 point on the hub that aligns with the valve) then the balancing will remove all balance issues in hub, disc, and wheel.

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