I have a 2010 Toyota Camry SE and I just added 20" rims to my car. I've spent about $400 in trying to balance the rims and tires to get out the vibrations! My car starts to vibrate between 60-70 mph. I've been to several places and all have given different answers. The rims aren't bent. I've replaced the tires and I've been told my suspension was good. I'm at my wits end! Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Asked by Apr 05, 2015 at 12:35 AM about the 2010 Toyota Camry SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

2010 Toyota Camry SE 79,000 miles , custom 20" rims

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Has anyone checked lateral flex of the rims at those speeds? Take it up to those speeds and try small turns like a lane change maneuver and see if the vibration stops for just a moment as you are making the maneuver, if it does you either have too much wheel bearing play, or the wheels are setting a harmonic vibration at those speeds due to the diameter. You might try reading up on the problems oversized rims have these days, there is a lot of info on the Internet about it. I read enough that I changed my mind about some rims I was going to get for my Yukon.

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Maybe rims are just too big for that car possibility

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Might be one or some of the tires, I've had brand new tires that vibrated at 60mpg, I had the front 2 replaced free of charge.

hi do you solve the issue? i have the same problem i put 20 venza rims and i didi everything and nothing

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