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Old 05-17-2021, 04:17 PM #16
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also check for play in your tcase output flange - mine had 1/4" side-side, up-down movement! (mimics a bad U-joint)
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Thanks @phattyduck and @Bad Luck for the rear link info. I already have adjustable lower links which did help but I do understand that the uppers are specifically what changes your pinion angle. How much longer are the ad uppers than 2wd one? I'm about to order upper adjustables and would like a good starting point for length.
Adjusting the lower would do it too, but would bring the axle closer to the front of the truck. I don't have any side by side comparisons, but it was about 1 bolt width, if I remember correctly.

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You want to basically match the pinion angle to the driveshaft instead of the transmission output.

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Adjusting the lower would do it too, but would bring the axle closer to the front of the truck. I don't have any side by side comparisons, but it was about 1 bolt width, if I remember correctly.

Oh, found a pic from somebody else:



You want to basically match the pinion angle to the driveshaft instead of the transmission output.

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The adjustable lowers at their shortest are stock 2wd length so I can't bring the axle closer to front. So I would need to adjust the uppers to rotate the pinion properly.


@eimkeith thanks for that. I'll check it out as well. While you're here oh pan hard master. You see no issues with that pan hard angle?
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It'll feel/track better with correction, but that angle shouldn't be causing your vibrations, IMO.
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Thanks @phattyduck and @Bad Luck for the rear link info. I already have adjustable lower links which did help but I do understand that the uppers are specifically what changes your pinion angle. How much longer are the ad uppers than 2wd one? I'm about to order upper adjustables and would like a good starting point for length.
I don't have a clue on length, but you want the rear axle pinion to point slightly below straight through the driveshaft. I use a magnetic angle finder like this one: Wixey Digital Angle Gauge Type 2 with Magnetic Base and Backlight: Amazon.com: Industrial & Scientific. With the vehicle on all 4 wheels under it's own weight put the angle finder on the driveshaft lengthwise either at the very bottom (6 o'clock) or very top (12 o'clock) and zero it out, then remove the driveshaft from the rear pinion and place the angle gauge on the pinion flange vertically (the display will face either 3 o'clock or 9 o'clock), adjust your upper/lower control arms until you reach 88 (or 92) degrees. Make sure you jounce/bounce the rear suspension after each adjustment.

EDIT: Drive Shaft Angles Explained - YouTube 4wd driveshaft starts around 7:30
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Sorry folks... took a bit to get the arms. They were back ordered. Then had family visiti mg. But I swapped em out today. Feels better but vibes are still there. Got them on to late to do a freeway run to really see how bad they still are but I'll do that tomorrow once morning traffic dies out.
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