AuthorTopic: Even more problems and more£££££££££££ im sure :(  (Read 420 times)

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Offline simon15

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Coming home today i noticed a lot of clunking from underneath


so got home and checked all my UJ's and diffs  :)

wish i hadn't now  :(  :(


both diffs have play on the input shafts.... and the UJ's on the front prob are shagged the one onto the transfer box moves approx 0.5" :o  :o


what do i need to stop the play in the diffs?

UJ's i presume are relatively straight forward to replace though ??


hope it aint gonna be a rebuild cuz that wont get done  :x  :x



at least my clutch is ok though  :)  thats one good thing.
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should of kept the other one, for what this ones gonna cost ya, far outweights the fuel consumption on  the origional!
ps still got them big tyres rolling.

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yeah should of converted it to gas would of been sorted then....


those tyres will be going for years....

im picking up a similiar set end of the month but with kumho's.
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Ignore the diffs, if they don't whine just leave well alone.

The UJs can be fixed.

Which way does the T-Box flange move, sideways :shock:
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