[quote=Janster;2475075]Rotating the tires isn't gonna FIX it.
It's a method of troubleshooting. If the vibration changes *FEEL* or location, you could possibly narrow the vibration down to a certain tire or wheel.
Did you check to see if any wheel weights were missing?
Vibrations are weird animals. Depending on the severity of the vibration, sometimes you will only FEEL it at certain speeds/rpm's as it build up a rythm. You might feel that rythm (vibration) at 30-40mph and not again until you reach 80mph (example) - due to the rythm (hard to explain).
Here's a pretty good article about it (kinda mind boggling) but I had to post it.
yea i have a history test in a half an hour and was in the middle of studying/checking discussion board and i got on here real quick and that article just literally blew my mind haha. Its hard to tell if weights are missing, b/c i have had them road forced so many times and weights were moved around so much (stickies) so you can see where they peeled them off and moved them over and such.
i haven't gotten to do any extended driving, but i will be this weekend so i will see if the intensity decreases again. If not i will have my local toyota specialist shop see if they think it threw a weight or see what they say when i go for oil change and rotatation in a couple weeks