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Hello All,
Has anyone noticed a vibration in the driver's side floorboard?
It feel one even around town driving.
I looked underneath my floor mat and there appears to be a slight rise in the floor going diagonally.
I touch it and it's very hard.
Anyone know if this is normal?

One of my wheel weights (driver/rear) is missing and I wonder if that could cause a vibration at lower speeds.

Thanks in advance.
Dan
 

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My first mod is to get the hammer on weights off my wheels and get my wheels/tires Road Force Balanced, I would bet that would fix your issue, my 22's on both trucks were not balanced well from the factory. :)
 

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My first mod is to get the hammer on weights off my wheels and get my wheels/tires Road Force Balanced, I would bet that would fix your issue, my 22's on both trucks were not balanced well from the factory. :)
Yuppers..factory weights will damage your wheels too.Get stick ons inside the barrell...road force balancer is the ultimate
 

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Thanks.
Do you guys notice the slight raise in the drive floorboard?
It goes diagonal and feels like the floorboard was molded over the part.
 

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Yes there is a slight raise in the floor on like a 45 degree angle, just bent that way to add strength, you said you have a weight missing, that is causing your vibration I would bet
 
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