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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That kind of vibration generally can be associated with a binding universal joint. Sometimes you can see a bit of rust around the seals, sometimes not. The "shake" test is generally valid only with vehicle off the ground and trans in neutral, but sometimes the bearings are fused with rust and do not move.If "eyeball" inspection reveals nothing , remove the driveshaft (s) and physically move joints. If overly loose or binding they are bad. If after complete inspection you still come up with nothing then it's time to look at other "oddball" things.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: hard vibrations at 45mph or more
two things would do this that I can think of right now. wheel balance, and or driveshaft balance. I would go get my wheels balanced at a shop first.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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