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Old 09-18-2015, 08:14 PM   #36
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+1 on this.

I have a DSS aluminum shaft. I do get a bit more noise, probably because the shaft is basically a hollow metal tube perfect for transmitting and amplifying sounds. It's not bad, though, so I'm not too worried. The OP could consider putting some Dynamat under the rear seats and in the trunk area, which will cut down on road noise overall.

and index the shaft,works wonders at times.other times no change but worth 15 minutes of your time.
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If you have a drone when decelerating it's probably the rear end pinion bearing ( not defective). Ford steel DS does a good job of covering up some rear end noises, and amplifies others.. I don't think Ford did that intentionally but I've seen it in the shop a few times after a change over to alum DS. That's why I went with the CF drive shaft. We have also been successful at getting rid of harmonics by rotating Drive the shaft 90* at a time till vibration goes away. If it doesn't, its probably is out of balance or is bent beyond spec.

If a shop or dealer won't stand by their product don't use them anymore, and post it for the rest of us to see.

But make sure you do your best to solve problem yourself.
what am I missing here, rotate 90 degrees,you mean 180 me thinks
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180 degrees first. Then if no change go with 90, assuming it's possible.
Make sure you mark the locations so as not to lose track.
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