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I have a 95 jeep grand cherokee orvis v-b 4x4. when you start driving the truck and get up to about 30 mph you will get a violent shake in the front end. so we discontected the drive shaft and still the same problem. so we have replaced both hubs, torsion bar and bushings the bushings in the stablizers. in shorts there isn't any thing left to replace but still haveing the same problem. help.

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  • Steve Lawson Sep 11, 2010

    i have changed out the entire front axel due to a striped pinion gear. so unless this axel had the same problem as my axel i don't see that being the problem. but i don't know much about this jeep or mopar.

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The most important thing you did not mention....ball joints.

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  • k-mixon Sep 11, 2010

    You did NOT mention Shafts and CV joints The MOST common issue with the Dana 30s!

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