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chatter from rear suspension

I have a 2007 GT that I was having vibration issue with the shaftmaster aluminium drive line. I replaced the SM with a stock unit from a 2010 GT. I also installed the 19" wheels from the 2010. Now it seems I have some type of chattering going on. It only happens when I accelerate from a dead stop. It only last for a split second on acceleration but deffinately noticeable and it seems to be coming from the right side if the car. I had 4:10s installed several months ago and havent had any issues till now. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.


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Its an automatic. I'm leaning towards the drive line. Maybe an alignment issue?

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Its an automatic. I'm leaning towards the drive line. Maybe an alignment issue?

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Its an automatic. I'm leaning towards the drive line. Maybe an alignment issue?


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