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Honestly I didnt search much to find anything about this and I know this is pretty common but jw how common it is when accelerating and leveling out at 70 my truck will start to shake some, not bad but noticeably, just wondering if anyone has done anything to help with this?
 

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yeah true well that day i was going like 65 on the way home and there was a bit of shaking but i can go to 80 with the shaking not getting any worse it gets to a point and stops and i havent tried going past 80
 

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Not unless they have those noise reduction lines cut into the pavement. I bet u joints. I had an 86 for the life of me I couldn't figure out the slight vibration I had. One day I found out what it was......the crankshaft snapped and shot out the front of my block. Was some awesome karnage.
 

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...i can go to 80 with the shaking not getting any worse it gets to a point and stops and i havent tried going past 80
Whats the speed limit there? I say, drive the speed limit and don't worry about it.

This thread makes me think of all the people that bring their cars and trucks in to the dealer for a wind noise at 90:histerica


Edit: FWIW, Mine shimmys at 70 too, 'course I know why mine does it.
 

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Chinese rotors and drums will make it shake at those speeds. I just about threw mine across the counter @ Advance when I got mine and had that experience. No more Chinko stuff on my rig since.
 

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Not unless they have those noise reduction lines cut into the pavement.
Yes around here they have freeways next to subdivisions. So they cut these lines in the pavement to reduce the noise levels for the citizens of those subdivisions and all I get is shimmys until I get past them.
 
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