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I get the kind of the same thing. But it is in the front end and my OD is off. My vibration is between 40-45 mph. I checked my ball joint by jacking up the truck and seeing if I can shake the tires but they seem good. I'm wondering if my tires need to be rebalanced.. HUM... DDGETHS
 

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I had the same problem. Turned out to be the tires. Either out of balance or a belt was going. Dunno as I replaced the tires as they were pretty much without tread.

Get it fixed quick, though. I didn't and ended up blowing out a second track-bar from the vibrations. As if my off-roading wasn't mean enough to it... :):
 

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1. tires, 2. driveshaft, tires first cuz it is easey. if that does not work call a driveshaft shop and see what they suggest
 

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Just a sugestion leave the over drive off till u get to around 50-55 any how will save the tranny from hnting the gear when u are at that speed all the time and it won't hurt the gas milage either
 

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I had a similar problem on my Dodge. I had a spark plug wire burn through the first time because it fell on the header. The second time there was a vacuum hose disconnected from the EGR valve running to the EGR motor. Those would be the two things I would check first.

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