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12-13-2011 11:15 AM
IslandTJ
12-13-2011 10:42 AM
wrangler4x Thanks for all the advise, I keep checking and found that my rear wheel rim was cracked. Never thought it would be that. Thanks again you kept me looking.
12-09-2011 07:30 PM
DrHolliday If you rotate the wheels back and the problem goes away then its in the tires.
12-09-2011 06:17 PM
IslandTJ Are your wheels balanced?
12-09-2011 05:57 PM
wrangler4x U-Join and fluids OK... Lifted 6" --- Problem started around the time tire rotation was done, the tire have always made noise on the hwy. but nothing else has changed. I've had it up on stands and all seem OK
12-08-2011 10:49 PM
bagged92sdime Are you lifted? If so, how much? Could be lift related...
12-08-2011 01:15 AM
banks316 Another thing to check is bushings. All of them if you got leafs check spring, and frame mounts. Coil spring set up check all the control arms, trac bar, and sway bar.
12-07-2011 09:27 PM
jameslee97206
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Originally Posted by banks316 View Post
Sounds like a worn U join or wrong pinon angle. Could also be a bad wheel bearing. Is there enough fluid in the diff? Try putting the rear on stands. Try to wiggle each tire up, down, side to side. Spin each tire in both direction. Do they spin freely? If this is all good remove the rear drive line, plug the slip yoke, and drive in 4H. Is the vibration still there?
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12-07-2011 05:32 PM
banks316 Sounds like a worn U join or wrong pinon angle. Could also be a bad wheel bearing. Is there enough fluid in the diff? Try putting the rear on stands. Try to wiggle each tire up, down, side to side. Spin each tire in both direction. Do they spin freely? If this is all good remove the rear drive line, plug the slip yoke, and drive in 4H. Is the vibration still there?
12-07-2011 03:53 PM
IslandTJ Was this always the case or did something change?
12-07-2011 03:06 PM
wrangler4x
rear end viberation

TJ Wrangler rear in vibration and noise. I checked drive line and put it up on stands turned wheels all seems OK. I've checked it rolling in neutral and the problem is still there almost feels like rear end is dragging but when moving at any speed it doesn't slow down. Any Ideas?

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