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Old 01-11-2001, 12:54 AM
DwarF DwarF is offline
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I promised I would come back and tell you the solutions. Well, it was two things.
1. The Tcase mounts or transmission mounts if you are looking them up in a parts catalogue, were worn too rubbery, so I bought some new polyurathane (sp?) ones, and that solved 90% of it.
2. The driveshaft is at a bit of a severe angle due to the slip yoke, and I need to get a Spicer type, and slip yoke eliminator.

So, if you are experiencing the same problem, the mounts cost only 45 bucks, and fixed 90% of the problem!
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