Oh man my bad, I had forgotten to say that the vibration was still there when I took a very long test drive. Thanks for reminding me of my goof! I have added that to my post!I would take it for a spin after swapping the trans mount. If you change too many things at once, you’ll never know where the problem was if it gets fixed.
I had forgotten to say that I had test driven it for quite a distance.Thanks again G72ZED, Checkmate and others!
So I got a new transmission mount as long as I was going to try and correct the pinion angle with shims. When I took the original one out, I realized it was collapsed. It was approximately 1/4" shorter than the new Anchor industries mount.
I installed it without any shims and the angles were 4* at tranny and 2* at the pinion. The driveshaft angle is 3*.
It seems that this is good -right?
at pinion. It seems that this is good -right?
TOOK IT FOR A LONG TEST DRIVE AND THE VIBRATION IS STILL THERE AT 70MPH -NONE IN THE STEERING WHEEL, BUT IN THE SEAT OF MY PANTS.
If so, I'm on to getting the driveshaft balance checked -right?
If so, I'm on to checking the tranny tail shaft bushing and then getting the driveshaft balance checked -right?
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