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Old Sat, Dec-16-2017, 09:19:36 PM   #42
schoonerm3
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Default Re: Adjusting Diff backlash

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Originally Posted by Paulo M View Post
Thanks for that explanation schoonerm3

My car for the first 20k miles of ownership didn’t have m clunk that I was aware of. After a full rear end refresh, the m clunk appeared (or at least finally became noticeable). Even replaced entire driveshaft and clunk is still there. Either my rear end was so worn the clunk was not present initially or the rear end refresh was installed incorrectly. Guess I’ll never know.
Diff bush?
Pinion diff seal done?? Possible diff preload upset
CSB preloaded?
Possibility output shaft cv joints were damaged during refresh.
Rear diff bush bolts the old style
Was it new driveshaft? If not the cv joint on both could be weak
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