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post #1 of 5 Old 07-20-2015, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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Vibrating/shaking coming to a stop

So I just put on my 37" km2 on my 2013 jku and I noticed that I had some vibrating/ shaking when coming to a stop I only feel it when I'm at 5 mph or under and it almost feels like it's coming from the back of my jeep is it just the tires? Cause this is the first real set of tires I've had with a lot of tread and that is a mud terrain my last tires were 35s but I got them from a friend and they didn't have a lot of tread to begin with maybe 35% or could it be something else? I have a 4" zone lift I was thinking it may be my rear drive shaft buy it looks fine and it only started doing this with my new tires it was fine with my 35s and I would think that with the taller tires it would put the drive shaft at a flatter angle which would improve it but I'm not sure any insight would be greatly appreciated
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Vibrating/shaking coming to a stop

Yep, it should subside a little once the treads wear down a bit.
A driveshaft wont have a imbalance at slow speeds.

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So it should go away with more driving?
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I would think that it would be smoother with new tires but I guess like everything else it just needs a break in period
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Sometimes after i rotate this happens. It goes away most of the time.

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