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Every 3-4 months my isuzu fsr 550 tears out the centre bearing rubber. had a new balanced tailshaft, replaced engine and gear box mounts, fitted and balanced new tyres still no difference. no metal in diff or gearbox oil. removed diff centre no obviuos problem. had top off gearbox all looks good. truck still vibrates between 85-95 km/h. what else can it be?
Hi Trevor, The vibration tells us that something is out of balance. It would be a good idea to have the whole shaft balanced and the universal joints inspected for wear. There are two ways in which a universal joint can be damaged, The most common is a roller bearings collapse and the other is a seized unit. There is another possibility and that is if there has been damage to the chassis or frame of the vehicle. Regards John
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1985 honda shuttle
if it welll welded than you ahve to remove also your gear box,
so try to buy with set in engine +gearbox,
yes you guess excatly its connected with bolted wheel with drive system,
yes its bolted,
Dear you have to choose the engine that recoonect your old gear box cause some model have some specifications that never matched up & having problem with this same you have,
so try to buy some similar engine which can easily connect to your gear box
or if you bought already a 1 new engine than you can connect this with special connector which can help you for gearbox connection this type of connector will be availalble at auto R&D centers they have for experiments,
IF you request than they will definatly helps you,
TRy & having funn with new engine
Posted on May 19, 2008
SOURCE: vibration shudder at around 30km
There are two things, firstly get your front wheel rims put on a lathe machine to check for distortion, if not, then get the wheels balanced on a digital tyre balancer.
let me know if this works
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
I am a man of many means and I know of all right places to find the transmission for you . give me a couple of days and i will let you know the results
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
SOURCE: mazda 3 vibration prblem
I have been searching for a possible culprit on this and found the the WHEEL BEARING (inside the wheel hub assembly if I'm not mistaken) could be at fault. At low speeds you will feel/hear a sounds that seems to me coming from your tires (as if you had a flat, but you really don't) and it can cause vibration at higher speeds.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
SOURCE: vibration through car
If you don't have to be moving to get the vibration then it has to be either something is not balanced properly (torque converter may be bad, front pulley, engine flywheel cracked) or you have a bad mount, causing the vibration from making the engine or trans contact the car body in a place you can't see.
Hard to pinpoint without feeling it myself. I can say for sure it's not the cam belt, unless there's debris stuck to the inside of the cam gear causing the vibration.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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