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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-11-2003, 07:57 PM Thread Starter
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hey guys .....I just changed the u joints on the front drive shaft cause it was vibrating but it still does the same thing..when i decelarate it makes a rumbling noise too...any opinions..
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Re: front end noise

I take it everything is normal when in 2WD?

If so, then I'd check to make sure your T-case arms aren't bent, it'll be obvious.
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Re: front end noise

Ever look at the angles on the front shaft?

My stocker has vibes when in 4wd the angles are off quite a bit.. I think it's just a Zuk quirk..
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