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2002 f250 shake

I had a rumble and the truck would shutter bad coming to a stop. Brought it in and said my rear end was bad. I bought used rear end and put it in same thing but worse, pulled drive shaft in rear and drove in 4 wheel drive, it was gone. Checked the u joints and the middle one was stiff so i replaced all three. NOW has a shake between 28-40 mph, if you step on the gas hard it does not do it, if you coast with clutch out or in or on the gas slightly or on the brakes it shakes. a place put new carrier barring on it 2000miles ago no prob for the first 2000miles and it still seems tight like new. Any ideas?

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You have identified the problem when you pulled the drive shaft and the shake was gone. So you know it is between the tranny and the rear end. If it is not the universal joints, then you have a warped drive shaft.

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