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Looking for some advice on where to start looking....

After I had my Bilstein 5100's installed about a month ago (front at 1.3" lift and also a 1" diff drop), I developed a rub/grinding somewhere in the drive train that is noticeable at 30-40mph under a "coasting" load to light load. The vibration from the rub can be felt in the floor board and gas pedal, as well as steering wheel. NO vibration at highway speeds or normal acceleration.
I've been under the truck and everything looks right, nothing loose.

Thoughts as to what this could be? CV joint out of whack?

Thanks guys
 

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Post your alignment numbers...preferably three sets, the most current alignment prior to installation of the lift, and the most recent set with "before" (lift installed, truck on the rack, initial measurements) and "after" (post-alignment with the lift).

OTOH that's all I can think of...the rest is mostly snipe hunting.
 

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no alignment numbers to post :(
I still have plans for new tires and alignment in the near future, but slow to process. I have DJ's specs ready for print and was wondering if I can use them with the lift.....

Other than that, I guess I'll start the hunt :tu:
 
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