vibrations, wheel hop....
could also indicate an alignment problem, dumbass, hey looked i spelled it right hahahahahahathat would be balance problems.
if its out of alignment, you would have to drive it on a flat road and if your blazer pulls to the side of the impact, it would be out. but its a straight axle in the rear so there would be no way to fix it because you probably bent the axle. new one would be wise, but like i said, only if you feel it pulling.
I dont claim to work at a shop, I just know from experiance what all I had to get done after hitting a curb while turning about about 45-55mph a few years back and the way the tech explained it to meyoure trying to say i dont know this when i work on these type of things every day.... the only way you would get a vibration is if he was missing hella parts or damaged them critically in the FRONT. in the rear, you would hear the vibration instead of seeing and feeling it in the steering wheel. and still its not alignment, it would be a bent wheel or improper placement of parts or balance of tires. An alignment is the adjustment of the lower control arms, upper control arms and toe set of the front and possible rear of a vehicle to make sure that they are rolling parallel to each side and perpendicular to the rears. not callin you a dumbass (look i spelled it right for you instead of shorthanding) but saying that dont call me wrong on something i specialize in.
lol does wal-mart do alignmentsWhere do you work? I've never seen a Jiffy Lube that specializes in alignment.
all these vehicles are paid off.......... your almost done paying off your house.......... you live in the bay area of california.......... and your a mechanic at some kind of shop..........2002 tahoe on dubs
2005 silverado 1500 on dueces
2004 silverado 2500hd
2008 silverado 1500 v6
any more? all paid off. my ss/sc is a toy. and i am almost finished paying off my house so dont even start you little prick. tell your mommy i said hi....[/COLOR]