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2003 Jaguar X Type. real smooth until speed exceeds about 50 then slight vibration. Tires and brake rotors checked out OK. Was told (read) it may be in the drive shaft. New front end parts from the dealer. 87K no unusual tire wear at all. Any suggestions read that a new shaft may not solve problem. Can the U joints be the problem and be replaced without the shaft?

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You don't install a new driveshaft

You have new joints installed and have it
checked for being straight, and have it balanced

No dealer will do that

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