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When are you getting the vibration on prop shaft?the gearbox is so hard to explaine ?this car must have had more problems than you tell me ,trouble with third/first/reverse.im strugging on fifth,fifth is classed as a overdrive so im going to isolate this as a fifth gear problem and i would suspect a[ bearing ]mybe the bearing at the end of the out shaft.please rate this answer.adrian,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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