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Old 12-08-2014
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driveline issue

i recently replaced my rear u joint which was really worn out and causing a bad vibration. drove the truck for 2 weeks and the vibrations came back. i assumed that the u joint went again due to having the same vibration and humming noise in the rear end. brought the truck in the garage today and the u joints are solid but the drive shaft has up and down play at the boot. not something that was noticable when i replaced the u joint. is the driveshaft no good? or is there a bearing inside that can be replaced?
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That should be your slip joint. It has a spline drive in it. If it has up and down movement, I don't think there is any repair for it. You will need a need driveshaft.
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drive line

Take off boot clamp and stuff slip joint with a lot of good grease, these are know to run bone dry ,I would try that before buying drive shaft
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