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Ok, so brakes fixed, now I get a really bad vibration at random times. Nothing consistint. It will be fine, and then wham, vibration. If I come to a complete stop. put the truck in N and roll back a bit, then go again, it's fine for awhile, until it starts again. I just checked out everything that I could think of. Coilovers are tight, upper and lower arms and ball joints are ok, front diff is tight. no objects on the drive shafts (balancing weights still attached) u bolts are tightened, nothing it loose. I have Dyna balancing beads in my tires whic have been fine (as in no vibs in the time I have had them). The only thing I can possibly think is that the alignment is off somehow allowing a death wobble to occur... I just want some other ideas for I take it for an alignment..

Oh, the rack bushings are a little loose, but I have new ones waitint to go on.. so I would want to do that before the alignment...

HELP!!!!
 

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couldnt hurt to have an alignment shop take a look.:cool:
 

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atwinda said:
Ok, so brakes fixed, now I get a really bad vibration at random times. Nothing consistint. It will be fine, and then wham, vibration. If I come to a complete stop. put the truck in N and roll back a bit, then go again, it's fine for awhile, until it starts again. I just checked out everything that I could think of. Coilovers are tight, upper and lower arms and ball joints are ok, front diff is tight. no objects on the drive shafts (balancing weights still attached) u bolts are tightened, nothing it loose. I have Dyna balancing beads in my tires whic have been fine (as in no vibs in the time I have had them). The only thing I can possibly think is that the alignment is off somehow allowing a death wobble to occur... I just want some other ideas for I take it for an alignment..

Oh, the rack bushings are a little loose, but I have new ones waitint to go on.. so I would want to do that before the alignment...

HELP!!!!
Could just be that gerbil acting up again. Maybe it's time to lure it out.
 

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only problem is that the alignment shop up here charges $100 bucks to align it :\ And if that's not the problem, I will be pissed.
 

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SteveO said:
Could just be that gerbil acting up again. Maybe it's time to lure it out.
I think that the gerbil issue was only a problem in the Canadian release trucks ;)
 
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