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If the vibration was not an issue before the runaway and there was lots of fuel in the sump this may be an issue with internal engine damage caused by the fuel in the sump. I have seen in some cases in the past before where fuel in the oil can damage the engine bearings which can lead to a vibration.
I recommend having the engine and gearbox/transmission mounts checked for any issues as well. If a broken or collapsed mount is found it will need to be replaced to resolve this issue here.
If this is or has been checked and found to be o.k. make sure no damage is found to the drivelines/axles and if these are o.k. then the engine may need to be inspected internally to help pinpoint if there is an internal engine fault that has to be repaired.
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