Hi Guys, I have a reoccurring issue I wanted to see if anyone else is having. About 2 months ago the rubber bushing holding my driveshaft center bearing blew causing a crazy rattle and 0 drivability. This center bearing is "non-serviceable" and I was told by a few places that the entire driveshaft assembly would have to be replaced. After doing some digging I did find a heavy machinery & driveline shop that had a "kit" that replaces the entire center assembly of the factory driveshaft with a serviceable/replaceable bearing. So I pulled the driveshaft, brought it to that shop to have the kit installed then put it back in the truck. 3 days later... boom, it happened again. I called the shop, the part is warrantied, the guy said it must have been a defective bearing after asking me some questions about the installation. Brought it back for a new bearing, put it back in the truck (very carefully, couldn't see any issues) Then yesterday (about 1.5-2 months after the original failure, the bushing blew again. So today I had it towed to an actual auto shop, they could not find anything out of place or any underlying issue, they slapped a new bearing in there and sent me on my way, I don't have a lot of faith that it wont happen again. Anyone else experienced this?