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possibly driveshaft out of balance or u-joints need replacing....

also it could be a tire/wheel balance issue......
 

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Mine did the same thing and i got a ford racing aluminum d/s. The used car dealer got the worst of it though. He bought me new tires to try and fix it. I needed new tires anyways lol. Its been 7 years now and I have a new vibration. I have het to look at it since I dont drive it much anyway.
 

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+1 on tightening the 4 bolts holding up the drive shaft. I had the same problem. I bought an aluminum ds and when I installed it, I noticed the 3 remaining bolts were all loose. Lol,boy was I embarrassed! :rollgrin:
 

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Thats normal. Take the driveshaft to a driveshaft place and have it checked. It may just be a tire out of balance. But we need more info.

1) Does the vibe get worse at higher speed or does it go away?

2) Is it there in nuetral?

3) mmm we'll start with those
 
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