Thread: Vibration Issue
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Old 01-11-2011, 12:39 AM
WickedSix WickedSix is offline
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Default Vibration Issue

Hello all. I am new to this forum so hoping I am doing this correctly. I have a 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 Quad Cab Long Bed that has a vibration issue that has me confused so I am hoping to gain some knowledge from your expertise in this forum.

The truck has a vibration issue that starts about 25mph and lasts through 40mph. The vibration does not go away fullly but sure gets a whole lot quieter and calmer after 40. It is at its worst around 25mph.

The truck is stored in the Winters and does not go off-road. It is used primarly for towing a a few trailers I own, dirt bikes, camper, etc...

The issue is new as of 2008. In 2008 I replaced, drive shaft u-joints. Issue got worse. 2009 I replaced u-joints in the front which required, hub bearings and ball joints as well. Problem still existed.

Thought it was a tire issue but in 2010 I installed brand new wheels and tires. Issue still exists. Also has new Edelbrock shocks on the front in 2010 and stabilzer links as well.

Truck only has 55,000 miles. I am getting frustrated with this issue. I am thinking possibly a drive shaft balance issue. Any thoughts would be helpful.
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