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I have seen that this is a pretty common issue, but I'm hoping that before I take it to a mechanic, I could get a little bit of advice or suggestions so I might have some idea of what's wrong.

Here is a video of what happens around 40-60mph:
https://youtu.be/F9ILa8eSd4I

And here is a video of the car driving smoothly at 60mpg and I applied the brakes, but the thing is applying the brakes doesn't always cause the vibrating.
https://youtu.be/-3c43lX5V-k

I have been trying different things like applying the brakes to see if it changes anything, but it seems to be so random. I don't know if it's the CV Axle, joint, transmission problem, brake problem, or what. I don't hear any weird noises when turning. I have changed the brakes. I'll be getting my tires rotated and balanced this week. It shakes so badly, that over time, it binds my lug nuts to the bolts in my tires and I have to replace them.

One thing I did notice was the vibrating happens more upon acceleration. When I let off the gas petal, it stops most of the time.

I'm considering getting a new car, but I would rather spend a few hundred bucks if I can to fix this issue.

Any help is appreciated, thanks.
 

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Bump: I replaced the front tires with the back tires, and now the vibration is more constant but not as vigorous, and the steering pulls to the right.
 
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