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Old thread, but I think I may have found what is causing the vibration/shake.
I'm very particular about how my truck looks, and like 95% of all bigger trucks, it sits lower on the driver's side than the passenger side, mainly because of the weight of the fuel tank and driver. I know that I shouldn't do this, but I have more air in the driver's side airbag than the passenger side, to level it out. I know the ride is not as good, but it looks better.
I just thought about this, and tried letting all of the air out of both airbags to test. It still does it maybe a tiny bit, but probably only about 5% as much as it did before. It may have always done it a little it (especially with a tune on it and faster acceleration), but never as much as it was when I posted this thread. I had removed my tune for a few reasons, mainly because I was worried something was wearing out and didn't want to push it.
Just a heads up in case this comes up in a search at some point.
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2005 F250, Crew Cab, 4x4
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