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random VIBRATION??????? ARGH!!!

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by OLDSKOOLRACER, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. Aug 20, 2010 at 7:39 PM
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    OLDSKOOLRACER

    OLDSKOOLRACER [OP] New Member

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    lawwrence, Kansas
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    2wd 5spd
    linex bedliner rollup tonneau cover alpine deck
    OK.


    at like 65mph and up i have this vibration that comes in waves its weird.

    i'll start by saying this i have been working in shops and running them my whole life it s not a tire vibration, the aligment is dead nuts on.

    I even scaled it with my race scales just to see how it weighed out and how it shifted at idle.


    the only thing that someone threw out is that the carrier is going or is bad
    i havent checked yet but was wondering if anyone else has heard of anything like this......


    please i love this truck and its perfect other then this.



    any thoughts i'm down to look at any other options.

    thanks guys i cant wait to get started on this truck i parked my chevy and my goal is to get this thing to possibly play in the sand and be one badass daily driver.
     
  2. Aug 21, 2010 at 1:08 AM
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    sanga700

    sanga700 Well-Known Member

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    TRD intake Airbox,4 corners 5100 front set @ 2.5".Rear TSB,1.5" Toytec AAL,skid plate.running board, EGR in channel sun visors,Valetine one radar detector, 17x8.5 Black MB Wheels. 265/70/17 Handkook Dynapro ATM
    if your sterling wheel is too light at 65mph up then ur caster number is too low .
     
  3. Aug 21, 2010 at 5:39 AM
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    OLDSKOOLRACER

    OLDSKOOLRACER [OP] New Member

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    linex bedliner rollup tonneau cover alpine deck


    do know what number to get it below?

    darn, i'll try to give that a shot maybe too.

    does feel a little floaty liike my chevy at times
     
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