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Bad vibs from right front when off the throttle!

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by CrunchyTaco99, May 25, 2010.

  1. May 25, 2010 at 8:19 AM

    CrunchyTaco99 [OP] Well-Known Member

    Apr 1, 2010
    First Name:
    North Georgia
    99 TRD Tacoma
    33x12.50 Pro Comp M/T's All-Pro Coils, UCA and 3" leafs.
    I have a problem with my 99 Tacoma that has me baffled and without enough money to take it to a shop.

    Little back info. It is a 4wd with All-Pro coilovers and UCA's in the front and their 3" leaves in the rear. I changed out my CV's about a month ago with autozone remans. I lowered the adjustable coilovers to 1.5" from 3" to help with the CV angle and hopefully decrease wear. I noticed on the passenger side the CV did not want to rotate at full droop. The driver side would without a problem. I went and got a new CV, same problem! At an greater angle the CV trys to make the ADD box rotate oblong instead of circular. I put it all back together and notcied I had no problem with the truck weight on it and it worked fine.

    Fast forward to this weekend. My dad rolled his truck on the powerlines and I had to go back their in mine and help. My truck now has some extreme virbations any time I let off the throttle sharply. I can decel slowly and as long as I have a little throttle in then it won't do it. It shakes the truck pretty good.

    I am not sure if my problem is related to the CV or not. I have been chasing a problem with the shakes for a couple months now to no real avail but this is much worse and I am getting afraid to drive it. I have went thru and checked most everything in the front end when I did my CV's. The UCA and LCA bushings wre fine. I replaced the steering and sway bar bushings. The tie rods were good and have very few miles on them.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. I am supposed to take an hour and a half drive to a lake house this evening and I am kinda scared to drive it. I have no other way to get there and this will be my only chance to take a vacation til Christmas.

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