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Vibration issues

I am Larry Jones and I live in Atlanta, GA. I currently own and building a full fendered 1930 Ford Roadster. 350 motor and transmission, Pete and Jake frame. The vehicle is running and I am dealing with a vibration that I believe is four bar related. The motor does not vibrate when the vehicle is jacked off the ground. I am in the process of replacing all the bushing in the four bar both front and rear. I am not sure about the angle of the transmission, drive shaft and rear end. I am clueless regarding the front end alignment and I need information on alignment.

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Welcome..Post some pictures of the front and back, And we may see something that we can point out that is causing the problem....
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:36 AM
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Check this out for driveline angle info:


Checking the angles is easy to do.
You can get an angle reader for about 15 bucks.
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