Q: I have an 07 Dodge Ram Mega Cab That shakes really bad while driving I have replaced lower upper ball joints and hub assembly

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I have an 07 Dodge Ram Mega Cab That shakes really bad while driving I have replaced lower upper ball joints and hub assembly . It shakes really back 60+ mph and or just driving in the city when I hit a bump

My car has 137000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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