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jerk when cruising

when i am cruising down the road and let of the throttle and get back into it there is a jerk. what could be causing this. feels like the ujoints are wore out but they are in good shape. thanks for the help.

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WOAH... totally thought this was gonna get deleted when i read the title


I have no idea tho... my manual does it, but has no u-joint slop...

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haha yea that does sound bad

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WOAH... totally thought this was gonna get deleted when i read the title


I have no idea tho... my manual does it, but has no u-joint slop...

new truck
2006 6.0
2.5 leveling kit
full mbrp exhaust
s&b intake, sct looney

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Precision Metal fab 4" lift
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35x12.50 trail grapplers
05 grille
WAAG Brush guard
Boost & EGT
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Bullydog 4 position chip

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WOAH... totally thought this was gonna get deleted when i read the title


I have no idea tho... my manual does it, but has no u-joint slop...
That would be jerking....


Mine does it somewhat. Im just told its slack in the drivetrain or diff if its not the joints.

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That would be jerking....


Mine does it somewhat. Im just told its slack in the drivetrain or diff if its not the joints.
you would know J-rod...

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