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When I take my suburban between 45-55 mph, I notice a vibration underneath in the drive line. I had all U-joints replaced. There are 95,000 miles on the vehicle. It feels like a broken motor mount.

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Vibrations are hard to determine, if you believe its a broken motor mount try stepping on the brake in drive and give it gas at the same time. Have someone look at the engine to see if it has excessive movement. Its very possible that the driveshaft is warped, it can be re-ballanced. Also check the tail stock (back of the tranny) see if the shaft has excessive movement up and down in the tail stock.

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