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Old 07-16-2011, 02:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question drivetrain problems differential

can i remove the axles on my 2500 dodge and see if the axle is bent i have a vibration at 70 miles an hour only but can tell if it is the drive or axles can any one help quickly will this hurt anything if they r both removed i know i will have to put it in nuetral and cut the truck off to stop the drive shaft
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Old 07-16-2011, 02:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Sounds like ur drive shaft more that axle shafts check that first possibly a shot u joint.
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I've never seen a bent axle, they have all been broke or twisted which let to it shearing.
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Seen a bent axle shaft only twice. Once from the truck being t-boned other from me hitting another vehicle head on at 60 mph haha
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no u joints just replaced fine and well
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Seen a bent axle shaft only twice. Once from the truck being t-boned other from me hitting another vehicle head on at 60 mph haha
The acutal axle shaft or the axle housing?
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