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Old 09-06-2009, 06:20 AM
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drive line vibe

Guys need a little help or advice. Here what I have 09 f250 8" inches of block and 2" add-a-leafs in the rear (10"). Carrier bearing has 8-1/4 spacers (2" drop) still hve a small vibe when I start to move but goes away when I'm rolling. I'v tried 6-7-8-9 spacers from 1.5"-2.5" of drop still can not get rid of it.I have an OUO drop brackit on the way does anybody know what the measurement is, or rule of thumb is or is it one of those things where I just need to keep trying to I find the sweet spot? thanks
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Old 09-06-2009, 06:24 AM
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One more thing the 6" block under the 2" block does have some taper to it but I do not know how much. I know some are going to say not to stack blocks but for right now thats what I have till I spend more money on leafs
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do you have traction bars?? that will help a lot, some of the supporting venders will help you out more.
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Old 09-06-2009, 10:22 AM
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Yea Jeff get you some traction bars
Im sorry I know thats not funny
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i guess I should have read his sig, I had just woke up haha my bad
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With the OUO bracket there should be instructions that give you a guide as to where to set the angles. You will need an angle finder. Did you order the bracket new or used?
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With the OUO bracket there should be instructions that give you a guide as to where to set the angles. You will need an angle finder. Did you order the bracket new or used?
I got it off another member he said he used for 3 weeks, and then got a news drive shaft. I assuming there will be instructions if not can you find them online? I do have traction bars on (rize) thanks
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Old 09-07-2009, 06:44 AM
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Yea Jeff get you some traction bars
Im sorry I know thats not funny
Right I sold you my old (rize) set for half of what a new set cost. Did you install them yet? and if so hows the ride now?
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Yep, page 2 where it talks about Stock Driveline with no CV:
http://www.oneupoffroad.com/images/D...Drop_CCV_P.pdf

Be sure to read the entire 3 pages though.


It is not a magic fix...it helps you dial in your angles.
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