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Munyaradzi.Razor

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The problem can be related to wheel alignment/ balancing. Get your wheels checked from a good workshop. My fathers wagon had a similar issue, then he swapped the front & rear wheels and problem got fixed more or less. Still recommend doing a proper wheel balancing/ alignment correcting from a good mechanic. 

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Had the same problem 

First of all its because of alignment or wheel balancing 

If that one is already done than 

You must need to check the axle 

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