Hi all Some here might remember I drove my MJ from UK to Cape town in 2011 and did the 19,500kms with not a single breakdown, not even a puncture! Since then Bob has been stored in Gordons Bay and I've just been out to move him up to Zambia as the South African Customs only allow a foreign registered vehicle to stay in the country for a limited time. The truck is in great mechanical condition now that I have resolved a number of issues that I would describe as teething problem (only done 78,000kms now, although 25 years old). However there is one I just can't fix! The ride is very smooth up to 73kms/hr and sometimes you can get up to 80 - 85kms and it is still smooth as silk, except for the slight rumble and vibration from the knobbly Michelin XZL tyres. But then the steering starts to shake. This is quite violent and very tiring for the driver. Slow down to 60 - 65kms/hr and it goes away. Speed up and it will probably come back at 73km/hr, but not guaranteed. I've had the front wheels professionally balanced so that's not it. Made no difference at all. Also I've had the tracking checked by laser - it was toe out by 1.5cm and we adjusted to the recommended toe in which is slight. Again, no difference. One clue might be the wear to the front tyre on the drivers side. When I had the wheels balanced in South Africa they couldn't balance this one because it had worn in a peculiar way (I now use it as a spare) - the individual blocks of the tread pattern are scuffed and worn on one face. But it did this shaking when I had the bar grips - before I got the Michelins from Vass & Co. My guess is that something is misaligned. Any ideas what to look for and check? Any advice most welcome.