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I have a 1964 Dodge Coronet 440 that has a vibration from the drive shaft back to the rear end and I have already had the driveshaft checked it's OK could it be in the rear end?

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Check the usual stuff on a lift

then use a rolling road and a camera

you could strap a couple of cheep capture cameras under
then via the output on a pc of the capture run

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SOURCE: 2002 land rover discovery vibration

could be the steering damper.... need more info like, steering vibration or the whole car shake?

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SOURCE: rear drive shaft in 2002 dodge durango

replce the u-joints.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: vibration at 75 mph

Must be bad u-joint. To check it, let off the gas pedal. If it stops right away, it's the u-joint. If it takes a few seconds, it's a tire out of balance, or a bent wheel.

Posted on May 21, 2009

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SOURCE: vibration in front end

It is likely both your track bar and the lack of a steering gear box stabilizer. The bushings on your stock track bar can be replaced with polyeurethane or metal bushings which will help curb the problem.
The steering stabilizer attaches to your steering gear box and your frame allowing the steering to be more stable. I have put both on my truck and it drives like a caddy now as a result. If I had to choose between the two items, my money would go to the steering stabilizer first. I believe I bought mine here:
http://www.xtremediesel.com/bd-powerperformancedodgesteeringstabilizer.aspx
Hope this helps

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

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SOURCE: 1999 chevy silverado z71 5.3 ujoints just got

i would suspect bad driveshaft hanger bearing - to confirm, jack up back end of truck and hold up with jack stands. have someone in the truck to accelerate to the speed where you hear the noise, listen for the noise - a stethescope is very useful for this. good luck!

Posted on May 10, 2010

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