Here's Howard the Hard Worker unbolting the driveshaft from the differential.
After the rear of the driveshaft was unbolted, it was time to move onto the front where the Guibo is located.
Once everything was unbolted we were able to carefully slide the driveshaft out and get to work on the replacement parts.
After the driveshaft was out we were able to remove the old Guibo, and the image above proves that it was very likely the cause of our vibration issue. The old one was obviously toast!
This is a shot of our new OEM replacement guibo from Pelican Parts, which shows what a healthy version looks like.
Our new Guibo installed and ready to be mated back up to our driveshaft.