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1998 chevy blazer-vibration on driver side

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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The ujoints can cause a driveline vibration. How bad is the vibration? it is possible a tire slung off a wheel weight. this is kinda common.

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