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Vibration on acceleration sometimes is caused by alignment of the rear. If the spring is weak, or the stub axles are worn, or there is a lot of negative camber, the U-joints will out of alignment and will vibrate. It is more pronounced under acceleration. Take a quick look at the rear wheels and see if the wheels are leaning inwards.

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