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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-25-2003, 09:51 AM
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Jeep Rubicon Driveline Vibration

I just had a 3" Teraflex standard arm lift and a 1" body lift put on my 2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon by Off Road Warehouse. When I accelerate between 20 and 30 mph I <font color="black"> </font color> get a driveline vibration. Off Road will look into it in 5 days. Meanwhile I need a sanity check. Is it safe to drive ? The vibrations are mild but noticable. Is it common to have some vibration with a lifted Jeep ? Any insight will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Dave
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Re: Jeep Rubicon Driveline Vibration

not normal.
if the rubicon doesnt have a double cardigan driveshaft.. this could be the cause of the vibes.. its actually my bet on the problem.
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Re: Jeep Rubicon Driveline Vibration

The problem is resolved ! I took my Jeep back to Off Road Warehouse, the driveshaft needed to be adjusted. Rides smooth ! Dave
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