99 tahoe with 6" suspension

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  1. Taylor Fitez

    Taylor Fitez TYF Newbie

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    I've had the 6" suspension lift on for a couple years now. Running 35s on it. I have thenough vibration at higher speeds,what could be the cause of that?

    I've read about thevery aftermarket front driveshaft with the push 4x4 but I never switched, should I?

    I have a honk when I go from a complete stop?
     
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    Out of alignment with aggressive tires will vibrate sometimes. Wheels not balanced fully (some shops claim its the best they can do with 33+). Bad shocks can cause vibration but i usually find something else with that problem. Driveshaft has a bad angle due to a high lift and is actually slightly binding and should be fixed asap. Driveshaft is not balanced and will vibrate and feel like a tire out of balance.
     
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    Here she is.

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    It's not the lift. When's the last time you rotated and balanced your tires? Alignment at least once a year. At least I do because it's free from Firestone.
     

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