Originally Posted by KingMoo
could someone please explain the easiest way to go about getting these measurements?
Sure...go buy a digital angle finder (with the magnetic edge) and use it to measure your driveshaft before and after you carrier bearing as well as the rear differential angle. I bought one at Harbor Freight
for about $25. From here you should be able to figure out which angles are too extreme.
My pinion angle still isn't ideal - it's at about 3.9 degrees; however, once torque is applied it causes the rear differential to point upward thus reducing the angle even further when I'm driving. Either way my vibrations are gone so I'm happy. Good luck