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is your truck lifted with springs or blocks in the rear??
What you need to look at is the agles of the ujoints on the front and rear of the shaft. If I remember correctly they should be very close to the same angle. you may have to use some wedge shims on the rear axle to get the angles correct and that should get rid of it. I had to do this on an old jeep. lifts are designed around the 2 piece shaft and only correct for those angle and even then some do better then others. but hey this is just my 2 cents.
hope this helps
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