I believe it is just on the passenger side.
Also...have you checked your engine and transmission mounts? What about condition of the exhaust hangers/dampeners?
"********** I actually didn't understand the seal or sealant in between halves thing I am sorry for that."********** I actually didn't understand the seal or sealant in between halves thing I am sorry for that.
Back to vibration, it appears after a certain speed and never decreases. I never get it on the steering wheel ****
"********** I actually didn't understand the seal or sealant in between halves thing I am sorry for that."
The front caliper are separated in to two halves, circled in red.
I'm asking is any seal or sealant was found here circled in yellow?
As the small holes, is a high pressure canal between the halves piston chambers. Being brake fluid canal, not just any seal or sealant can be used.
BTW: I love your metal top bench with vise.
"Back to vibration, it appears after a certain speed and never decreases. I never get it on the steering wheel ****"
If you don't feel in steering wheel, than not likely front end issue. But I agree, still needs considerations!
Your cruiser mechanic is right. I mentioned earlier that these drivelines are sensitive ( easy to increase NVH) to minor changes. When I noticed your driveline guy had painted over the undercoating, the slip yoke, the ujoint spiders I knew then it wouldn't be right. The undercoating needed to be sanded off- just put the driveshaft on the balancer and use a section of 120 grit belt sander paper and spin the shaft and remove the undercoating- then clear coat or paint only the shaft (if you must)- not the slip joint or the u-joints.
You spent plenty already, don't bother with used drive shafts you'll have even more issues. Order new one. You can have one shipped from Dubai
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-44 offset is that a typo?? Thats a big contributor to your NVH.
To the OPs original question I can't see how that paint would possibly throw off the balance of the DS causing vibrations. I'm ashamed to admit I slopped a bunch of POR15 on my DS and then never rotated it to paint the other side, and that paint goes on pretty thick. No vibration issues to note. Great shame on me
You mean front diff, right?I just solved my vibration that started after AHC delete. Chased the same vibration for a month or so. Came down to SIDE MOUNTING BOLTS on the DIFFERENTIAL MOUNTING BRACKET. The FMS suggests 50ft lbs. Set mine to 42ft lbs and my 100 is back to Cadillac smooth. There’s four 18mm bolts that go through the differential mount and the frame. If they are too tight, the vibration from diff. is unable to dampen and is sent through the entire chassis. Hope this helps.
Yes I do.You mean front diff, right?
Yes I do.
I installed Slee differential drop bracket when I did AHC delete. When trying to shake down the vibration, I added some torque to the side mounting bolts on the bracket. Vibration got worst. So I loosened them up and set them to 42ft lbs. Vibration is almost 100% gone. I do notice the vibration a little after the truck gets hot from driving, but it’s only a fraction of what it was. I believe I have a CV axle (cheap Napa part that PO installed) that’s 80% and will also need to be replaced.