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Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: Glasgow, MT
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wow,,,, the sole purpose i got online tonight is because of this EXACT same issue i had for a couple thousand miles and last week my driveline let go, and exited the vehicle....(had to go retrieve it in a field next to highway)... pic to follow soon.
for last three days i have been looking into this issue. ford is not willing to warranty for obvious reasons(carrier bearing shim and lift kit, 4"front/2"rear) however they did provide me with a TSB that says they know of a shudder/vibration issue and sent out a fix for it. what you may not feel stock is magnified with the lift angles on the driveline.
talking to a one of the best shops in Montana i was told that a one piece shaft from steel will have too much 'jump rope' effect, and the only possiblity to get away with a one piece would be an aluminum shaft ($$$)....
the TSB (TSB09-20-5) states that the driveline should have a 3 degree optimal operating angle,,,,,
ANY TECHS PLEASE CHIME IN
Again pics to follow soon
2008 F350 BLACK CC/SB
Lots of LineX, custom bumper, 12,000#warn, tool box, XD Revolver wheels, tint, Weather Tech floor mats and vent visors, overhead gun rack, underseat pistol mount, custom blacked out taillights and mirror blinkers, PIAA lights (not impressed), center console
As they say:
"Once you go black, you never have to polish chrome again"