Driveline angles! More or maybe less of an angle on the rear-end should help!
Allot of lift on not allot of
wheelbase is begging for vibration! U-joint life will be shortened and greasing
them should happen allot more
| PLEASE CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME OUT WITH THIS PROBLEM I PUT A 6" LIFT ON
| IT AND NOW IT VIBRATION WHEN I TAKE OFF I HAVE 35X12.5 TIRES ON IT PLEASE
| HELP I DON'T WAN'T TO QUIT NOW I'VE COME TO FAR TO STOP THIS IS MY BABY!!!
Roger that on the driveline angle. Is it a 6" spring? (no blocks) easiest
correction is to put shims under the spring pack to rotate the pinion
upwards the desired amount. Available at most driveline or offroad shops.
Like this, if you don't have a local outfit that can supply them. Be sure to
figure out the correct degree shim or you won't fix the problem. But even
before that get your driveshaft checked out for balance maybe it simply
threw a weight.
I have a feeling you're still using a slip yoke on that 205 transfer
and that is a no-no with a lift of 4" or more.
You will have to go with a SYE kit to eliminate the vibration,
correcting the driveline angles should also be considered unless
you wanna spend the big bucks on a CV driveshaft.
Stay tuned with my latest post and maybe we both will find a SYE
for the 205.
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