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Created On Sunday February 03, 2008 07:41 Diesel Talk
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nathan
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Note Sunday February 03, 2008 07:41 View thread in raw text format
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i put a 8 inch left on a 06 sd 250 des crew cab . the drive shaft is a 2 peice .i have a vibration on take off . no high speed vibration.i shim the hanrer bearing down some ,it helped but only 1 inch ,run out bolt space.can anybody help.
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Snafoow
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Note Sunday February 03, 2008 11:20 View thread in raw text format
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Are the Driveshaft Yokes in time? If they are not, this can cause this symtom. Seen the same thing on a motorhome.


If the driveshaft angles are too sharp this can also give you a problem.
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nathan
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Note Sunday February 03, 2008 18:43 View thread in raw text format
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thank you snafoow icheck the alinment of the driveshaft ok.i used the angle tool and the yoke at the trans ver case is 5degree and the drive shaft before hanger bearing is 9 degreesand the back one is12-13 degrees and the pioin yoke is7 to 8 degrees . do ineed to lower the hangr more .
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Note Sunday February 03, 2008 21:06 View thread in raw text format
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Sounds like too much. I think 3 degrees is the favorable max.

I found this link for you. I hope it helps. http://www.4x4wire.com/toyota/tech/driveline/

I did a Google search for “alignment of the driveshaft “ Seems to be lots of info out there about this if you need to research it further.
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nathan
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Note Wednesday February 13, 2008 18:01 View thread in raw text format
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thank you for the info
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