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Trunk Monkey

Vibration in the Gas pedal at 35-40 MPH only

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Meh fuck it, can't hear it from my F150

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17 hours ago, rich6700 said:

You can't let your tires go that long without rotating them. I find that the tires start to get a little choppy when you go that long. I rotate mine at every oil change ( 5000 miles).

Pissing off my wife since way back
 

I'd have to lift 885 lbs for a five tire rotation.  Fuck that....

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I just had a rear drive shaft made. Talking to the old guy at RPC, asking about different setups, he said a double joint at the front of the rear d-shaft a lot of the time make a vibration at 35mph.

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If your driveshaft is causing a vibration then it's set up incorrectly, most likely pinion angle 

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It's barely noticeable now. Definitely wasn't the drive shaft.

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I did notice that I have a decent gash in the rear drive shaft and I think I sheared the zerk fitting off

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13 hours ago, Trunk Monkey said:

I did notice that I have a decent gash in the rear drive shaft and I think I sheared the zerk fitting off

You could have knocked off a balance weight while you were at it....

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