fleurys Posted November 16, 2016 Author Share Posted November 16, 2016 Man, I`m reading all the extra posts and saying to myself ' you guys were certainly not lucky`, because I remember when I did this post, it did take me about 4-5 hours to replace the u-joints, but at the time, I had next to no tools and I was doing this with a hammer and sockets... But I remember that once everything was back on, the vibrations were all gone... I`m starting to thing i was lucky ? Who knows, but I can tell that the u-joints are still on the truck and I had no vibrations since then... I guess there is a difference between the rear u-joint I got and the the one you had (hawairish).... I almost feel bad now LOL... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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