Truck vibrates at high speeds?

So I drive a 210 dodge 1500 4×4 and I just recently had the wheel hub replaced. The truck drives straight and smooth up to 49mph. Once I hit 50+ it starts to vibrate, not deadly or overwhelming but definitely vibrates. It still drives straight at higher speeds just starts to vibrate all throughout the truck. Not

So I drive a 210 dodge 1500 4×4 and I just recently had the wheel hub replaced. The truck drives straight and smooth up to 49mph. Once I hit 50+ it starts to vibrate, not deadly or overwhelming but definitely vibrates. It still drives straight at higher speeds just starts to vibrate all throughout the truck. Not sure if I just need an alignment or tires balanced. Let me know what you guys think. Much appreciated thanks.

Other answer:

dylan:
Alignment issues don't cause vibrations. Worn suspension components, defective tires and out of balance wheels do.
champer:
First thing to do is to make sure the wheels are properly bolted on and check the tires for any bulges or signs of damage. Next, get the wheels balanced. Both of these are easily and cheaply done. If that doesn t do it, only then start looking deeper.
K:
Check the tires for and lumps they could appear on the inside of the tires or just be raised in certain areas on the tops of the wheels, Start with an tire inspection you can do this yourself. It could be the alignment of the tires or you could be experiencing worn struts or loosening of the bolts that hold the tire on, Start with the easiest cheap method then move on from there. Hope that helps!
Barnes:
Have the front wheels balanced as this is the commonest cause of vibration at certain mph.
rick29148:
First thing you do is rotate the tires, and see if this vibration seems to move.
bo:
could also be a bad u-joint so check them. also all mounts, tire out of balance or bad tire, or like you said something front end related
justme:
wheel weight may be missing ( balance )
Bikerboy:
could the hub bearing have been fitted incorrectly or could this be a worn universal joint …

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