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First of all I want to say that I'm new here and you have a great forum, I searched as hard as I could for an answer to this, but couldn't find the same symtoms. So I have an 07 ram 5.7hemi QC 4x4 35,000miles, stock. I have a vibration in the gas pedal, floor, and steering wheel like others have talked about, but mine DOESN'T go way by any means. It's always there from 50mph till 70mph worst at about 60mph and tampering off to the high and low. So I tried all these things and the vidration is still there: shifting into nuetral so the RPMs drop to 600, turing on "tow/haul" & "overdrive off" (not MDS related), excelerating hard and soft, I've replaced the goodyear tire with very expensive Michelin tire because others have reported that solves it and it always there starting at 50 up to 70mph and then it goes away. I've tried wiggling all the driveline components and nothing seems lose like a tie rod, wheel bearing, or u-joint. I've done all my own work on every car/truck I've owned and never been stumped like this before. Has anyone ever actually solved this problem? I see alot of post from people that say they have a similar vibration, but i never seem to find a reply where they found the problem and solution. Thanks for any help.
 

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Might be necessary to remove the driveshaft and have it checked for balance and trueness. If the driveshaft has ever been off the truck, check to make sure it is aligned correctly t the differential. :)
 
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