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2010 fx2 f150 55 mph vibration most of the time

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Have tires checked for balance to start with out of balance starts at 45 mph but can go higher also turn off overdrive and see if it still does this could be just a bad u joint or the bushing at the yolk in the back of transmission or if 2 piece drive shaft could be hanger bearing

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