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2001 ford f350, I have a vibration that happens only between 40-45mph, it does it in both high gear and overdrive, so I replaced the midshaft support bearing and had the front end aligned with all new joints also all wheels rebalanced. With all that being done I'm still getting the same vibration. Got any other ideas? forgot to mention its an automatic

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Check the drive shaft and see if it needs balancing and also check the transmission mount.

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