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Vibration at above 85 km/h

Vibration at 85 km/h. I have had the drive shaft balanced rear diff done and both rear wheel bearings.

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DO U HAVE A 2 PIECE DRIVE SHAFT? IF SO REPLACE THE CENTER SUPPORT

Posted on May 28, 2010

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    yadayada May 30, 2010

    thanks for the rating good luck with this problem.

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