Originally Posted by 86Scotty
Having not heard his issue for myself I thought this too at first but he says that was all checked out be a mechanic recently.
In general I have little faith in mechanics. This one in particular is not able to identify issues, leaving the customer asking to the keyboard warriors of the internet (such ourselves).
I'll still check the driveline: chock front wheels, lift one rear wheel and try turning forward and backwards. Look for the play on the driveline.
If yours is 4x4, check that your front hubs are on "free". Front driveshafts usually have a more pronounced angle and the U-joints do not like to spin fast.