U-joints is good guess. They are cheap, so why not? Just be careful when putting them in..... and don't damage or bang the driveshaft.Funny. Im have the exact same issue!! I even bought new tires. Same thing! So I will be trying new u joints.
well considering this is a thread about vibration after altering the suspension, id assume he doesnt have stock suspension.Pinion angle on stock vehicle is rare cause of vibration UNLESS you have changed the suspension around. In that case, the pinion angle would 100% be the very first thing to check.
you just bought new tires. why not try the other advice given??? ***cough cough*** pinion angle ***cough cough***......or just keep buying tires expecting a different result :shrug:Well I put new u joints in and I still have the same shake!! My tires are only a year old. I’m going to try more tires.
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Ive said this twice already. Its the first thing you check. $1000 tires or $20 pinion shims :slap:you just bought new tires. why not try the other advice given??? ***cough cough*** pinion angle ***cough cough***......or just keep buying tires expecting a different result :shrug:
So, if pinion angles and u-joints are fixed, then I would focus on tires, wheels, bearings, axles. Could be simple as tires out of balance, or maybe bent wheel, or even a bent axle, or a worn wheel bearing.Guessi should have said that they corrected the pinion angle as well. So no driveshaft of pinion issues. ....
did this fix your issue? Also when installing the trans shims do you just put them in the cross member and bolt it up? Or did you loosen engine mounts and then tighten everything back up?All good man. Putting a belltech trans spacer on tomorrow. Will report back. Gmpartsdirect.com for oem parts. Google for a part number