Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Twin Falls Idaho
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Been a while since I have been on here. But since this is the place where I get help an answers this was my first choice to come to.
Here is some background
2002 F250 7.3 4 wheel drive
Total miles on truck only 140k
Tranny replaced at 137k
Truck is used daily driven only 2 miles each way to work. During cold months we don't use it other than my wife's daily commute. From spring to fall usually weekend it pulls our 5th wheel and trailer.
Its been running just fine.
Took it yesterday to have the tires rotated as we where going to Boise from Twin falls pulling my trailer and rzr, about 2200 lbs total. I notice on takeoff I had a slight vibration and on the hwy (65-70mph) I felt like I was on a rough road as my steering wheel was vibrating.
So I climbed underneath the truck today to check any excessive movement in the driveline and all feels normal. My question is could they have done a poor job on balancing the tires since it was not doing this prior?
Tires still have decent tread and I always rotate each year. Any suggestions would be great.
2002 F250 7.3 PSD Crew Cab.
4" Borla exhaust with 5" tip
BullyDog 6 Position 4 Bank Chip
AutoMeter Pyro & Boost on pilar
Nothing better than seeing the look on the face of the kid driving the Mustang thru my rear view mirror.
Dang I just got creamed by a truck