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post #16 of 22 Old June 19th, 2019, 02:20 PM Thread Starter
 
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I just got in the all balls brand shafts. Pretty excited. Has weights welded to them, and they have grease zertz. The rhino shafts show no signs of balancing, and have no zertz.
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Re: Vibration satv carrier bearing

I just put in the All Balls driveline.Much smoother than stock and greasable ujoints.

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Re: Vibration satv carrier bearing

Tried the rubber gasket material between the bearing block and the frame, 2 layers 1/16 in thick, no change. Noise is still there at 30 mph and above.
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Well, installed the all ball's shafts, and at first I was elated. No vibrations! But after a bit more driving, I'm getting some similar vibrations as before but drastically reduced. It been such a long process, I don't remember what stock felt like. Is there some vibration/noise when you left off the throttle above 25 ish?
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Re: Vibration satv carrier bearing

At 25-30 mph it starts, sounds like rocks in the front diff. Under that speed, it goes away. Thinking about going back to the oem carrier bearing with the rubber isolator.

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At 25-30 mph it starts, sounds like rocks in the front diff. Under that speed, it goes away. Thinking about going back to the oem carrier bearing with the rubber isolator.
The all balls shafts have that..and I've still got it.
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Just an update, after a few miles, and re greasing the shafts, the vibration has tamed to fairly quiet. I then replaced all wheel bearings and front end bushings, and I'm going to drive it like I stole it!
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