I do notice that it vibrates consistant with the speed that I am going so when I hit hwy speeds I dont notice it muc but I do know it is there.mandymh said:I know on the jeep, after the alignment, most vibration went away.
There still is a little vibration when accelerating through the lower end of the gears, but once you get up to speed it goes away.
I was told by a few sources, that this is normal, and that the higher you go, the more pronounced the vibration.
You can get rid of it by dropping the transfer case a bit ½” should do. But I can tell you that is MUCH, MUCH easier on a jeep than a Taco.
Call them old school or silly, or whatever, but the guys at Downey warned me of the SAME thing when I got their coilovers. Then, they showed me in their catalog the little " At 3 inches of lift, the cv's will buzz you off the highway". I laughed, and stopped at 2-5/8 inches. So,.... they were right. :xdevil:jayotto4 said:If your cv's are at a great enough angle after a 3" spacer lift w/o dif drop could they create a vibration? I did the 3" spacer lift in the 05 access cab TRD w/o dif drop. I now have a annoying vibration from the front end.