Question about 1997 GMC Jimmy
Pzcapp is right, and also the Envoy is a narrower rear axle (mid-size SUV) than a Silverado (full-size PU), and is built for a lower-torque/gross vehicle weight truck. Check the U-joints first (front drive shaft too if it is a 4WD), then worry about having the drive shaft(s) checked/trued/balanced. Drive shafts are balanced at the factory with welded-on weights which sometimes (rarely) fall off.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
Most vibrations are driveshaft being bent,worn u-joint,in need of balance,shocks,wheels,tires and more.I will bet ,swapping the complete rear axle will not change a thing. If it is lifted, you should know your in for problems. If not, and all else fails,strip the rear housing and go through it. The one you swap, may be more worn than yours and not even a good core to rebuild.
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