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I have a 2007 4Runner SR5 V6 with 104 K Miles on it, i have recently felt the vibrations when i speed up to 40 miles (around 40 miles marker) and then they go away instantly when i speed up to 60~90 miles. I have this problem since a month now, at first i thought this could be due to the winter driving in Canada with my Hercules winter tires. But i am experiencing on my Michelin Cross Terrain All seasons (3/12 tread depth) as well.
Its time for me to get new tires and i am going for Continental CrossContact LX20 Tire 265/70R16SL with ECO Plus Technology, i hope this turns out to be a good tire for the SUV as i don't want to invest too much on Michelin's since i already have a separate set of Winters.
What i was told that if i am speeding upto 40 miles and the vibrations happen, i should shift into Neutral immediately and if they go away then it has something to do with powertrain of the vehicle. Not sure, any suggestions, comments or recommendations for Vibrations and Tires?
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