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Old 08-28-2014, 08:33 PM
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Driveline vibration.

I shimmed my carrier bearing. Vibration on corners and starting from a stop has pretty much stopped.

But now it seems like I'm getting a vibration that comes and goes consistently at and above about 55-60. I'm not entirely sure whether my driveline is perfectly straight after shimming. If it's at a slight angle would it cause a vibration ?

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This truck is lifted, are the transmission and rear axle(pinion) at the same angle?
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Truck Is lifted. And yes. They are at the same angle.
I think the carrier bearing is a bit too far to the drivers side. But idk how possible. Because there's no way to adjust it left and right ?!
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to me it just looks like the angle of the driveline is left a bit to the drivers side...
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