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Old 11-24-2015, 08:39 PM
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HelLondon I have a 2010 jeep Wrangler and I recently put new tires and a front drive shaft and 2 front wheel bearing hubs on my jeep. I noticed I know have a really bad vibration when moving slowly and turning sharp left or right. I also get a vibration when I let off the brake from a dead stop and I start moving also if I slowly give it gas until I start to pick up speed

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Did you install the parts or did a shop? I would say that something is not torqued to spec. If the vibration clears up when moving faster then something is loose or out of balance. Is your drive shaft aftermarket or stock?

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Old 11-24-2015, 09:44 PM
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I took it to a shop and it's am after market driveshaft made by Rubicon express
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new tires....what tires?...like mud terrain tires....i get the vibration and driveway seeds from the tire knobs...just thinking out loud here....
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I took it to a shop and it's am after market driveshaft made by Rubicon express
I would take it back to the shop. It's possible that they damaged a U-joint on one of your axles. When you turn it puts the joint in a bind and causes a vibration? Loose Wheel? Being a 2010 model Did you change from stock tires to aggressive mud tires and the axles are worn and couldn't take the stress?
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Old 11-25-2015, 07:48 AM
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I have aggressive tired and Alright I will take it back to them. And I had both axles completely redone and I regeared to 4:88

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