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Old 02-08-2011, 11:46 AM

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Question Mirror Vibration - Wierd....

Ok, so not a huge deal, but it caught my attention....and now it drives me nuts:

When I drive with the plow on(... in 2wd or 4wd....) my mirrors vibrate at about 40mph-60mph. (They might vibrate at higher speeds...but I don't drive that fast often.... esp. not with the plow on.)

The plow is a 8' Fisher HD MM2 plow, which weighs about 850lb's. I have NOT beefed the front up YET... it has the 4,800lb GWR front end, and I plan on putting a 2" leveling kit "Add a leaf" on the front, for the extra spring and height.

And ideas of what could cause this? Is it just the weight? Or wind resistance? This never happened on my ram.... Just kinda bugs me.
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