I replaced all 4 tires and had an allignment done.It started viberating shortly afterwards. I had a mechanic tell me he thought it might be the u joints.I've never had a vehical viberate from u joints before.Is this right
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You still have hubs, and the front driveshaft. On some models the front driveshaft can be removed leaving the pinion forks/ ring in place. Some other Transfer cases may use an output shaft thats like the tailshaft on an automatic. This style could leave a gapping hole when you remove the front driveshaft.
Tires are a problem once a wear pattern is embedded in the tread. Sometimes a front to back rotation will reduce noise.
A caliper could be stuck skipping over a turning rotor.
Does it feel like its coming from the front or a certain side in the front and can you feel it in the steering wheel or brake pedal.Is it only at certain speeds accelerating,braking,decelerating or is it constant.
Tie rods are a part of the overall front end allignment.... if they are worn , a good shop will require you to have them serviced prior to do9ing an allignment...
Yes... you will need an allignment after yout tie rod ends have been replaced.
your wheels more than likely needs to be balanced one or more are out of round if you had the tires rotated before the alignment this would make the vibrating more noticible.but balancing should solve your problem.