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vibration

i have a vib in my jeep it starts at 1400 rpm and goes away 1600. It dosent matter which gear it is in, it is not speed related, just rpm. I have had the driveshafts rebalanced ( they are both new) I have checked the angle of the driveline and it is good. I have the double joint driveshafts. i am running a 5.7LS1 with a 4l60 transmission. have had the tires rebalanced they are new also. Could the vib be comming from the transmission? any suggestions will be appericatd thank you


1987 jeep wrangler, 1999 LS1, 4l60E. 231j transfercase, D30 front, Ford 8.8 rear, 4 inch rc lift, tj top,tj fender flares
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