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      12-28-2012, 11:48 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by TittoBlunt View Post
Make sure there's no ice/snow buildup on your rims.
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Originally Posted by overheadvalve View Post
Your wheels are packed with snow.
+1, I would check that first, there's probably snow and ice packed onto the inner surface of the rims not very visibly from the outside. I would find a way to clean off the snow/ice and check again. It happens all the time in the winter and so it's probably a simple fix.
I agree. I've taken my Subaru off road several times and some mud packed into the wheels caused a vibration, drove to the nearest self serve car wash and cleaned out my wheels.