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Unread 06-05-2015, 10:10 AM   #11
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I would try putting the rear on jack stands and draining the rear end oil. Strain the oil as it comes out to see if any metal comes out and roll the wheels some to try and see if noise continues and to free any debris. Could have possibly sheered a tooth on gears while pulling the car. From what I have read here, 30w oil and 75w gear oil have close to the same viscosity but with different characteristics as each is for a different purpose. I would say use what your calls for or use either as there seems to be debate here as to which is best.

thank you for your reply i will try this today and see how it goes.Much appreciated bob s
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Unread 06-05-2015, 01:09 PM   #12
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I am NOT an expert, but try searching on here for some threads about alignment ring or motor bumper. there are a couple of threads about rearend noise and the fix was the alignment ring or bumper. Don't know that it will help but might be worth looking in to. Good luck
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I am NOT an expert, but try searching on here for some threads about alignment ring or motor bumper. there are a couple of threads about rearend noise and the fix was the alignment ring or bumper. Don't know that it will help but might be worth looking in to. Good luck
thank you Whit71 bob s
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Bob,

Whit71 is referring to the motor centering kit I was telling you about.
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Unread 06-06-2015, 07:56 PM   #15
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thanks David! soon as i get it out ...(this week) as it stands right now .I will get the necessary parts from you. take care bob s
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Whit71 is referring to the motor centering kit I was telling you about.
David!You put up a picture of the kit i needed .then i started to many posts........they got combined into one; and the picture got deleted. I remember i think $17.95can you get that pic back up to me/ bob s
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It's on my web store. Go to my site, click on web store, and click on the motor and sensor category.
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