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Shudder when coming to a stop.

Yesterday my truck started shuddering or less than. More like I have huge knobby tires and when I slow to a stop between 10mph and 0mph hit has a light shake. Any ideas. U-joints good. tranny has 470K on it I was thinking maybe some type of loss of fluid pumping to the 1st gear
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maybe get your discs/drums machined ??
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its possible its a slightly warped rotor

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rotors/cals all new

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slip joint shudder?

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My truck has done it since I've had it. My dads friends f150 does the same


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I'd grease ur slip yoke/joint first. I also heard bad transfer case fluid can do the same also.


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I'll see if I can find some grease because I don't have a transfer case haha

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