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Vibration somewhere in the drive trane when accelerating. truck has 125.000 miles.

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Apply emergency brake.put truck in netural.block wheels.underneath truck try to rotate drive shaft back & forth--more than a little 'play' could indicate universal joints need replacement.

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. bad transmission mount , u joints bad or bad carrier bearing.or worn differential bearings or gears

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