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Old 05-04-2013, 06:42 PM   #1
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HI guys,

Well Im getting a clunk noise coming from my differential. Anybody know what it could possibly be? Thx

Mathew
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Old 05-04-2013, 08:35 PM   #2
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Bye bye rear end lol jk only way to really find out is open it up and take a look inside.... My be your spider gears
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Bye bye rear end lol jk only way to really find out is open it up and take a look inside.... My be your spider gears
Oh that sucks I hope not cause 3 weeks ago I put in an Eaton LSD FRPP 3:73s and all new bearings, plus fluid and new brake parts.
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HI guys,

Well Im getting a clunk noise coming from my differential. Anybody know what it could possibly be? Thx

Mathew
When does the clunk happen? While turning? Or accelerating? Or coasting??
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When does the clunk happen? While turning? Or accelerating? Or coasting??
It happens when Im off the gas coasting. I did research and others who have had the Truetrac have had similar issues too. Its quiet cornering and accelerating.
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Should have bought a 8.8 lol
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Should have bought a 8.8 lol
+10000 .. 8.8 FTW with 3.73 that's what I have!
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Had it checked out its normal with a mechanical diff.
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Check your backlash I think spec is like 0.08 in of play
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