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post #1 of 10 Old 07-31-2009, 01:20 PM Thread Starter
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Unhappy a shake that is driving me crazy HELP

i have a shack at about 55 and up i changed the balljoints and tierods this winter and had the driveshaft rebuilt and rebalanced because of the slip yok striping the splines any body have any ideas im lost any ideas will help

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bump bump come on guys someone must have had a similar problem

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where do you feel the vibration? steering wheel? seat? floor?

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i can feel it everywhere thats y its confusing posibly rearend its in the seat and center console

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rotate your tires and see if it changes the vibration.

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Had a wicked bad vibration @ 45-50 & @ 70+. Had my tires rotated/balanced a few times to no avail but I knew the problem was in the tires, as I could hear an awful tire resonance. Ended up having my tires shaved and now my ride is smooth as silk with the usual A/T tire resonance.

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i have rotated the tires still gotta rebalance them then see what happens

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broken bead?
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broken belt, i think what was meant. I agree that could be it, try having the tires balanced first. When I bought my truck, the PO had Wal-Mart tires on it. Well, I had a vibration at highway speed. I had my trusted REAL mechanic (lol) balance them correctly, and it made a huge difference. So, I suggest not getting tires from Wal-Mart, they hire retards to work in the tire shop apparently.
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i have rotated the tires still gotta rebalance them then see what happens
Definitely get them balanced. One of the little weights fell off one of my rims and it threw everything off. start there before going any further.

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