seems to me that you need to have a talk w/ the dealer. if they cant fix the driveline issue your going to continue to have problems w/ it after the warrenty runs out then where will you be? you will be buying all those expensive parts your best bet........find out about lemon laws in your state, document everything even a phone call w/ someone and get it fixed or get the truck replaced.bravdotcom said:I asked them the same question. They say they do that because it is a balanced assembly and any vibration isn't good for the u-joint or rear-end. This is the smoothest truck I've ever driven at any speed. Your guess is as good as mine as to why mine keeps failing.
I almost think mine was dropped on the assembly line. Shortly after I bought it, I noticed the bed wasn't lined up with the cab. It was off by over an inch. They had to take the bed off and re-weld the brackets on the frame to straighten it out because there are no adjustments for it. Because of that and numerous u-joint failures, something isn't right. The truck doesn't "track" down the road and it drives straight, but why do they keep failing? I don't beat on it, and I haven't towed anything since July.