""""i put it in reverse and it vibrates alot and even when im moving in reverse, but as soon as i put it in drive its fine the vibrating stops.""""
OK - I think what you are saying is it vibrates/shakes when you are NOT moving, brakes still on etc. And it continues after you let it move in reverse.
I'll assume that's correct. And I'll have to assume your trans fluid is filled properly.
First off - a wrong driveline angle will NOT cause any vibration unless it's moving - the vibration comes from the U-joints binding or causing uneven rotation - but if they aren't turning (when you are stopped,) they don't do anything! They have to turn to cause trouble.
But - putting it in Reverse causes the engine to torque up a little, and in Reverse it has more leverage than in drive - due to the lower gear ratio in reverse, plus it's torquing in the opposite direction than in Drive.
I'd suspect you have a broken engine mount or trans/t-case mount, allowing it to "torque over" a little too much.
Or - the exhaust system is too close to the frame, hitting the frame or something when the engine torques over.
A broken mount or even the exhaust hitting may not be easily seen, unless you watch it while someone else (that you trust!) torques it over.
You might be able to tell if the mount is broken by putting a jack under the engine and/or trans and lifting the drivetrain a little - sometimes yes, sometimes no.
Try to determine whether is more of a noise than a mechanical vibration - sometimes it's hard to tell.
It's also possible it's an internal trans problem - low pressures causing shudder. Try holding the brake and raising the idle slightly - if the vibration stops it could be internal problems - have a reputable transmission shop take a look.
But first check the mounts!