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Old 05-07-2013, 08:45 AM
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Common issue, the 4x4 vibration. I have bilsteins maxed and get a very slight one on flat surface in 4x4. But I'm rarely on a flat surface in 4x4 (except for hard packed snow in the winter) so I don't worry about it. And it's very subtle.

Every truck is going to react different to each of these kits. It's a gamble for sure. But plenty of guys are running kits (level or lift) and don't have issues, and if they do it's hardly noticeable unless you know to look for it.

I read one person say it's from the angles of the cv that it vibrates in 4x4 at low speeds
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