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Have vibration ujoint broke at transfercase had to replace driveshaft with used one have vibration now whats my next step

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Find a shop to balance driveshafts and replace the U-Joints. You either have a bent driveshaft or a balance problem or bad U-joints.

If you have the time, the only other thing you can do is mark the driveshaft and remove the driveshaft and clock the flanges. But remember that each flange is 180 degrees difference because most U-joints have a big and small bearing cap. So to get an effective 90 degree change just make the change on 1 flange and reassembly and try it.

This is why a company which balances driveshafts is a good idea.

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