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Old 05-08-2011, 10:31 AM   #1
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Vibration/Shuddering problems 06'tacoma

Experiencing virabrations/shuddering at take-off and while excellerating. Seems to be getting worse as time goes by! What is causing this?
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Old 05-08-2011, 10:40 AM   #2
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bad u-joints, do you have a lift of some sort? could need a axle shim or carrier bearing drop.
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bad u-joints, do you have a lift of some sort? could need a axle shim or carrier bearing drop.
I installed air bags on rear suspension to help with rear-end sag
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Old 05-08-2011, 11:51 AM   #4
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Is that all your truck has done to it?
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Is that all your truck has done to it?
Went to a taller tire from 245 to 265 that's it
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:10 PM   #6
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It might be the tire balance. Did you make sure they did a dynamic instead of just a static?

Did you go to a mud terrain by chance?
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It might be the tire balance. Did you make sure they did a dynamic instead of just a static?

Did you go to a mud terrain by chance?
No, 10 ply highway tire
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My truck had the same problem and it was a u joint . It only happens when you press the gas not when it's just rolling. Right???
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My truck had the same problem and it was a u joint . It only happens when you press the gas not when it's just rolling. Right???
Really pronounced at take-off and while turning, and while driving 45 mph or faster
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Try doing a tire balance first as thats the easiest to go about, then I would try a u-joint.
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We have figured out that drive line angles are probably causing most of this.

Here is the thread. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...tion-free.HTML

Doesn't cost much to check it and rule it out
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Try doing a tire balance first as thats the easiest to go about, then I would try a u-joint.
I heard that it could be anything from the drive line center bearing to changing differential gear oil to drive line out of balance to possible tranny problems
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it can be a whole list on things, start with the things that are the easiest to fix so you can get those off the list and move on to the more expensive possible fixes.
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You can remove your driveshaft and inspect your u joints. I did and that's how I found the problem. It's not that hard to do. Took me about 20 min.
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