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Old 10-03-2013, 09:16 PM
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My rule of thumb is if you feel it in the seat of your pants, its driveline related. If you feel it in your hands its steering related. I would look at your u-joints, check the driveshaft for play-maybe you threw a weight off and it needs rebalancing. And maybe I would consider new tires. I read something yesterday where a guy went through what you went through to try to solve it only to find that a tire with less than 1100miles on it had two broken belts and new tires fixed his vibration issue completely.
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