Well I finally sprung another 400$ for a set of KYB gas adjust ride leveling struts for the front. Seems to sit slightly lower in the front now and ride nicer. The vibe is just as bad and at the same speed.
So currently I have the bilstien rear shocks (that made a difference) the KYB front struts, balanced wheels with new Yokohama rubber, new brake rotors all around. And a fresh alignment.
Guess I'll have to look into rear axles....
We may have gone through this before, its been a while, but how is the driveshaft and u-joints? Does it have a support bearing? Driveshafts can definitely cause vibration issues if the joints and/or bearings are not correct and in phase.
Keep in mind if it has a support bearing and 2 piece driveshaft, if it is reassembled out of phase it can cause a problem. I've seen that happen.
I’m not sure still I really don’t want to get new axles but I don’t know wheat else to try. Is there any chance these electronic steering racks can get sloppy or maybe I need to shake the end links. I really can’t tell if it’s front or rear I don’t feel it in the steering but sometimes on a curve on the the highway at 75mph I kinda do
Rotated the tires yesterday just out of gp’s, one of the wheels has a fair amount of weight on it and I moved it from passenger rear to driver front. It definitely feels like it’s under driver front now at speed. But I’m not 100-%