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driveabillity issue

925 to 1000 rpm shakes like a leaf in a tornado, i feel it everytime i take off, when im parked it does it as well, when i hold my foot on the brake in drive it does it to b/c originally i thought it was a u joint but i dont no what it is now??? any thoughts would be great,

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Is your truck auto or stick. If it's a stick could be a problem with the clutch. If it's an auto could possibly be the harmonic balancer or TC

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its an auto
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This might sound stupid...

But how much oil is in it?

When was the last service?

Had one in a couple weeks ago doing the same thing... Had 28qts of oil/fuel soup in the crankcase.

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i laugh my *** off everytime i see the name big angry hillbilly funny as hell, anyhow what causes fuel to be in the oil
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