Horrible Vibration in Wheel/Floor
I have a '95 Bonneville SE with 168k on her, and I drive her about 200 miles per day but do my best to perform the maintanence she needs. She has always had a vibration in the steering wheel and floor since I picked her up with 130k, however, it has gotten increasingly worse. Citing bad tires, this was the first thing I replaced, but it did not help at all. Secondly, I replaced my rotors but this didn't help either. I realize this is a very difficult thing to diagnose without actually seeing it, but here are the symptoms I have noticed.
-It begins at about 50 MPH, but increases and gets worse as the speeds increase.
-At about 80 MPH, it is the worst, literally pulling the wheel out of my hands.
-It appears to get slightly better when I give it throttle or when I am on flat terrain.
I have also noticed a clunking when I hit bumps in the road at lower speeds, I am wondering if this is somehow associated with it? I have also replaced both front wheel bearings, so I am suspecting possibly the CV joints? I am desperate for any solution that can be provided as this is hugely annoying!