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The truck vibrate at 20mph and then goes away until you get to 60mph

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I suppose you check the prop shaft , it will often do that when its out of balance , it will make the whole cars body vibrate violently as you pick up speeds

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I would check the joint under the shaft, it might crack or something there. I just replace on the 2001 4Runner for my Mom. if not you should get alignment & check your breaks or selenoid, sometimes it won't release the shoepad until you going faster or the drum worn unevenly

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Sounds like you have a bad belt in a tire, or an alignment issue

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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