Check the motor mounts.
I did inspect those already. They don't have anything i would consider to be excessive movement. I used a pry bar to move them around a little. I believe its something internal out of balance. I'm going to replace the wet clutch next.Check the motor mounts.
I did already as stated in original post. I pulled the primary and it was still there.Before you go tearing into the engine, remove the clutch sheaves (at least the primary) and start it up. See it the vibration is still there.
yes its evident its been apart, I dont know any history of it but thats what I'm thinking aswell. I'll have to disassembled and inspect.Is there any evidence that the engine has been apart? The only other thing that comes to mind is a misaligned balancer or bent crankshaft.
Yes sir. I'm not super familiar with them but I planed on replacing the chain aswell. Its pretty loose already.That blows. Cleaning up someone else's hack job is never fun.
I bet the balancer marks are off. While you're in there you may as well replace the oil pump chain. They are known to stretch out and there is no tensioner. In extreme cases the chain will wear a groove in the case.