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What would cause my Durango to all the sudden start to vibrate when accelerating?

My Durango starts to vibrate badly when you get to 30 mph.when you let off gas it is fine. I have replaced the hub and bearing on passenger side cause it felt like coming from there.

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If front wheel drive check the cv joints both sides. If rear wheel drive check the drive line "U" joints.

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