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Old 05-28-2008, 12:40 PM   #1
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Vibration damper on the driveshaft ?

Hi, i just stumped on my friend 2x4 toytoy and found out that his has a vibration damper at the rear of the driveshaft.
It is sandwiched in between the drivesahft itself and the differential. Like a rubber donut.
I am wondering about this part number and price. I cant find it anywhere into the FSM's.
Any idea is this factory ??

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Old 05-28-2008, 01:21 PM   #2
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They are available at your local Krispy Kreme, in the bin at the back.

Seriously though, didn't know they had a vibration damper on the prop shaft. Theres a weight hanging off the T case on mine that I'm pretty sure damps vibrations.
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I have seen diesel trucks that have rubber donut weights on the driveshaft to minimize vibrations.
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yeah, I've even seen them on early 2000 model 2wd Ford rangers (my cousine lost his on his 03 Ranger out wheeling), but never seen one on a Toy... strange...
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diesel...humm...

sorry if it is from a bimmer web site, look at the part #2, exactly like that but at the rear diff. I am not talking about a weight that cathes a vibe, be realy like a harmonic damper (that we can find on the crankshaft)

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/diagrams/l/z/9.png

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sorry link dont work

try this one instead..

http://www.realoem.com/bmw/partgrp.d...98&hg=26&fg=05
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