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Old 09-15-2008, 10:59 PM
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HELP weird vibration

Hey all, I have a 01' dually. I noticed the top radiator hose has big divit in it where the belt has rubbed on it and it also has wear as it is rubbing on the bottom of the alternator. I looked at my 99' F250 and it has plenty of space between it. Now for my question; The truck has a vibration that i can really feel through the brake and gas pedal. Please let me know what you think.

Thanks Adam
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Oh and the truck is stock besides a BHAF air filter.
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Old 09-16-2008, 10:09 PM
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anyone please
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Where is the vibration coming from and go underneath your truck and man handle some parts and see if anything is more loose than you think it should be
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center bearings and drive shaft or it could be dp pipe hitting cab
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Thanks alot guys... I'll check out that stuff and let you know
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center bearings and drive shaft or it could be dp pipe hitting cab
when you said center bearing are you talking about the carrier bearing
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yes the carrier bearing.i replaced it and had my drive shaft balanced and new HD U joints. its all good now!!
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Old 09-17-2008, 11:26 PM
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It vibrates at idle though too sorry for not specifying that earlier. It's not like a nocking sound its a constant vibration that you can feel in the pedals or through the fire wall
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is it a 4/5/6 speed.
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