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My '95 F150 has been developing a vibration over the past month. Very faint at first. Last week i replaced the u-joints, no difference. Rotated tires, no difference. Replaced all front wheel bearings and seals, no difference. It may be rear or trans now that I've eliminated some of the other more simple possiblities. It's really noticeable at 65 mph and up. Doesn't matter what gear I'm in. It does it at the 65 mph mark. I was driving down a hill at 65-70 mph and threw in the clutch and it still had the same sound, I put it into neutral and clutch out and still the same sound. I cut the motor down the same hill and the sound remained. I guess it's trans or rear? Any other opinions. I also put the transfer case in neutral and trans in gear and revved it up thinking I'm keeping more things rotating trying to isolate the vibration but did not notice anything different. The trans is a M5OD with @ 151,000 miles on it. I also wonder if something could have happened to the clutch?

Thanks in advance!
 
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