Question about 1993 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
Though it is very possible for the transmission to cause the truck's shaking, you may want to consider other components of the drive train specifically the universal joints (u-joint). They are more prone to damage that exhibits the shaking effect. You may also want to check the U-joint straps (there would be several), mounting brackets, pinion yoke and its support. Normally, everything should be very tight with nothing that can be budge or moved when you yank at them.
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