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Old 06-14-2013, 05:20 AM   #401
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Took measurements tonight. Going to order a Tom Woods double cardan DS tomorrow. Tired of the take off shudder and vibes. Tired of making adjustments, trying to get rid of them, with no luck....
Keep us updated on your results.
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Keep us updated on your results.
Damn -- I need better flange measurements ..delayed ordering until next week, but I will update.
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Old 06-14-2013, 11:01 AM   #403
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Traded, I had enough Toyota was a nice truck but not in the same league with the f-150.
I would've done the same thing however I like trails and a full size just won't fit. At least not up in the PNW.
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Took measurements tonight. Going to order a Tom Woods double cardan DS tomorrow. Tired of the take off shudder and vibes. Tired of making adjustments, trying to get rid of them, with no luck....
Giterdun, larry of shertz... can't wait to hear if it works.

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I would've done the same thing however I like trails and a full size just won't fit. At least not up in the PNW.
I was just telling my wife today I won't be taking my tundra thru 4 feet of creekbed water. She was pleased. Ha. That damn tacoma would go anywhere it could fit
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Old 06-22-2013, 06:29 PM   #406
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Ordered a TW one-piece today....should have it by Wed next week
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Old 06-29-2013, 09:49 AM   #407
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Can't wait to hear your results
Posted the same on "Driveshaft vibes solved step by step" but..........

Just got back from a test drive....take off shudder GONE....20 mph and acceleration vibe GONE.....TACO takes off and accelerates like the wife's Avalon......Worth every penny
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Old 06-29-2013, 10:15 AM   #408
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Posted the same on "Driveshaft vibes solved step by step" but..........

Just got back from a test drive....take off shudder GONE....20 mph and acceleration vibe GONE.....TACO takes off and accelerates like the wife's Avalon......Worth every penny
How many pennies we talking?....
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Old 06-29-2013, 03:31 PM   #410
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47,900 pennies delivered
Awesome, glad it worked well for you. My vibes are very minimal and sometimes not noticeable, but I'd like to replace mine someday. Can't decide if I should go this route or add the double-cardan to the two-shaft setup.
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Are there any downsides to have a 1 piece driveshaft? Not sure why Toyota doesn't just use them from the factory.
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Old 06-29-2013, 03:57 PM   #412
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Not a bad price knowing it cures the issue. May have to add that to the list....

Nice!
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Old 06-29-2013, 06:29 PM   #413
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Are there any downsides to have a 1 piece driveshaft? Not sure why Toyota doesn't just use them from the factory.
I've read a lot of stuff on them. The only debate seems to be if the length might put extra stress on the seals.
I can't image it being worse than all the constant shudder and vibrations.
and there are a few guys on here that have run them a long time with no problems. I don't know why Toyota doesn't go 1-piece AND don't know why they go with that POS needle bearing in the front clam shell, already replaced it too (ECGS bushing), but I digress.
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Are there any downsides to have a 1 piece driveshaft? Not sure why Toyota doesn't just use them from the factory.
well looks like i found my next mod
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Old 07-01-2013, 04:02 PM   #415
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I don't seem to have the take off shudder/vibration on my 13. I do have a very noticeable vibration at 60 MPH. At this speed my door panels actually make noises! I do not feel it is tire related. Plan on taking it in to the shop and demanding they do something. Any others having this type of vibration.
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I notice over, and over, and over the posters in this thread are Double Cab owners. I haven't seen a single Access Cab or Reg Cab owner post here (well maybe one AC owner, but he's not experiencing the horrible vibrations). And I'm certainly not experiencing any vibrations after 18k miles.

What that tells me is the problem is with the drive shaft (as many have said). You DC owners have a longer wheelbase, therefore different drive shafts than the AC or the Reg Cab. Different lengths, different angles, different something.

There's something wrong with the shafts, or as said above the angles on the shafts. Your frame rails are longer also, maybe that has something to do with it. Basically, I'm guessing, Toyota just extended everything for the DC, and didn't put enough engineering into the added stresses/torques.
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I notice over, and over, and over the posters in this thread are Double Cab owners. I haven't seen a single Access Cab or Reg Cab owner post here (well maybe one AC owner, but he's not experiencing the horrible vibrations). And I'm certainly not experiencing any vibrations after 18k miles.

What that tells me is the problem is with the drive shaft (as many have said). You DC owners have a longer wheelbase, therefore different drive shafts than the AC or the Reg Cab. Different lengths, different angles, different something.

There's something wrong with the shafts, or as said above the angles on the shafts. Your frame rails are longer also, maybe that has something to do with it. Basically, I'm guessing, Toyota just extended everything for the DC, and didn't put enough engineering into the added stresses/torques.
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I have a '13 DC and have vibes when accelerating from aprox. 20km/hr-100km/hr. Less than 5000 kms on truck. It's driving me nuts but I am not applying TSB because as previous posters have said, i don't think it will fix anything. Really appreciate the update from P9HST2 on the new drive shaft. As soon as I am out of warranty I will do this mod. I may even discuss it with Toyota to see if there is some way I can do the mod now and not void the warranty. Thanks for the great info guys.
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I have a '13 access cab and do have the 18-25mph vibes.
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