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Old 04-03-2013, 12:08 PM   #61
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TC output 8.5*
DS 13*
Pinion 9*

This is after removing the TC skid drop. I am still getting a wobble under heavy acceleration. What would cause this? What can I do to fix?
What shape are the u-joints in now?

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Old 04-03-2013, 12:09 PM   #62
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TC output 8.5*
DS 13*
Pinion 9*

This is after removing the TC skid drop. I am still getting a wobble under heavy acceleration. What would cause this? What can I do to fix?
Those angles are great. Wobble? Have you checked the trans. Mount?

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Old 04-03-2013, 12:12 PM   #63
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Yes sir. Replaced before everything else. Nothing wrong with the stock one but replaced anyway
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Old 04-03-2013, 12:13 PM   #64
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What shape are the u-joints in now?
All tight. I just replaced with new spicers less than 100 miles on them
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Tires balanced and worn evenly? Is the wobble felt more in the steering wheel than the tub or vice versa?

U joints in the DS could just be bad like Ron said.
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Throughout the tub. Seats vibrate Non of this happened until I put the new coils on. Only under heavy acceleration or turnin slowly up a hill. It definitely is relate to throttle input
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I'm positive this is a driveline issue. At 10-15 mph i get a wobble / chatter feeling in the seats. My angles are good, u joints replaced in rear driveshaft, new trans mount what am I missing what could cause this. Gets more pronounced under heavy acceleration.
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try removing each shaft front and rear and driving a short distance?

Tires are definitely worn even, balanced, etc. with equal pressure?
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I will check the tires. Could the tires cause vibration that increases with throttle response?

How do you drive with the rear shaft removed? 4x4 hi? Will this hurt anything?
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I will check the tires. Could the tires cause vibration that increases with throttle response?
Not normally, but u-joints can cause it.
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How do you drive with the rear shaft removed? 4x4 hi? Will this hurt anything?
Not at all. I drove back and forth to work 45 miles a day for two weeks waiting to get my spot in the garage to have my rearend rebuilt without a rear driveshaft and it 4h.

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