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Old 06-01-2012, 07:51 PM   #15
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I suspect a drive shaft problem also. I had a car that had a bad rear universal joint yoke on the drive shaft that caused the bearing cup to rotate which caused a vibration starting at around 45 mph. The problem was hard to diagnose because the u-joint was nice and tight but upon cafeful inspection with the drive shaft off of the vehicle, you could see the cup turning as the u-joint was moved back and forth.

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Old 06-04-2012, 08:59 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jim_HiTek
If it was ever towed, they might have not marked the drive shaft. It's suppose to go back in the same orientation when it was manufactured.

As far as the rough ride, how do your shocks look? I don't know about your chassis but many manufacturers used very cheap shocks there for a while. Probably still do.

My 2001 HR Endeavor came with Monroe's. They are low end but gave a good ride for 40,000 miles. Why not replace them with Monroe's again. Most go with Blistein or Koni. for 3 times the money. With eight shocks I can't see that much difference. Any thoughts on that?

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Old 06-04-2012, 09:41 PM   #17
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Old 06-04-2012, 09:43 PM   #18
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Originally Posted by skiedwards View Post
we have just purchased a 2005 Phaeton 40 ft motorhome and are having trouble getting the ride better it rides very rough we just put a new set of Michelin tires on it 2 weeks ago and it rides worse have had tires balanced twice and still no better still have a bad shake in the middle part of coach could it be the drive shaft has anyone ever had to have it worked on for that the shake in it is very bad
An obvious question (but too late): Did it ride like that when you test drove it? Did you ask the dealer or private party you bought it from what the problem was?

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