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also you might want to check all the track clips to make sure they are all there i had a bunch of the clips with guides break off and it vibrated like hell but i also had a loose motor mount. replace the track and tightened the mount and no more vibration

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Or, clutche(s) could be out of balance.
 

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Is it in the engine or in the drive-train?

to check this, remove the belt and SLOWLY accelerate up to normal cruising rpm, if all feels smooth check your drive train, if you feel the vibration its in the engine.

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Follow TR-U's direction to the letter! If you gun the engine with no belt, the clutch sheeves can smack together and shatter....OUCH!!!!!

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