I've run that powdered stuff in the tires that is supposed to constantly balance them with no luck whatsoever. I wouldn't be too surprised if there was a rim issue seeing as I have the cheap black steel wheels that you see advertised everywhere. The tire shop says they check for runout, but... I donno. I just don't care anymore. Every time I've had a vibration in this truck, it's been something catastrophic. I had part of a gear in the transfer case come off and just destroy thet case and I've had the rear end bearings come apart. I'm very meticulous when it comes to maintenance, so I think it's just part of owning an old, high mileage modified 4 wheel drive vehicle. When it comes time to buy tires again, I'll buy something else. As much as it drives me nuts, I've thrown in the towel on this issue.
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