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Good thoughts, Amarin.

If it is a case of a beat-up center support cushion you would expect it to shake around all the time, not intermittently. Same thing with the trans output bushing.

I'm wondering if a U-joint is seizing up once it gets hot.

Joe,
You may already know this, but before you pull the drive shaft apart, mark all of the pieces such that you can reassembly them in exactly the same relationship to each other as they were originally. The two halves of the drive shaft are "phased" in a certain way to maintain balance. The center splines on our 1990 740 were keyed in a way that you could only mate them one way, but I'm not so sure that is always the case.

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