Wierd Suspension issue

Just looking for a little input. My 96 has just recently decided that it wants to vibrate like mad when I hit a bump on the right side between 30 and
48 MPH. The best I can discribe it is that it feels like a loose/broken motor mount. This is not the case. I have checked all of the suspension components and replaced the shocks and struts. Starting to make me mad!
Anyway, I will probably figure that out tonight. On another note, has anyone successful resolved the loose off condition of their Camaro? I was getting a bad tight entry which I fixed, but the loose off is not cool. Especially when you hit the raised shoulder that lifts the back. For anyone thinking it, I will not add a gay wing. I was thinking of fabricating a NASCAR style spoiler that I could adjust depending on the course. Does anyone know if there is a kit for this out there? Any suggestions would be appreciated.
-- 98 Camaro
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Thanks for the help. I guess this is troll/spam group only. No serious people allowed. I am done. Later to all that have been of value and conversation.

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Don't take it personal just because nobody here has the answer to your question. It's not like we all know the answer, but just don't want to tell you. If I am not familiar with a problem, I don't post a response. Would you rather that I just made something up to tell you? - Gary

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Is it possible that a tire might somehow cause this? Is it ft or rear? Have you tried a tire rotation to see if it changes?
I don't care about gay spoilers. <G>
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