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Old 10-12-2012, 08:11 PM
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Could you have done a trade? Give him one of your accounts next to one of his if you had one. A win-win. Is this kind of thing ever done?
When it benefits you, then yes. For example to tighten your route. In this scenario nothing is owed to the other LCO. But just to humor you lets say you give him one of yours and then the lady cancels on you too. Now he has your customer and you have squat.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:31 PM
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:33 PM
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well, i had the u-joints replaced about a year ago because thats what i thought it was...i even got the good ones i can grease with a grease gun. but its still making the noise. i heard it might be something to do with the steering yoke or something like that needing greased....
Going straight the steering yoke is not going to make noise.

Does the clunk come when the drive train is under load and you let off the gas guick, and is the rear pinion seal leaking on the rear diff?

Could be bad pinion bearings.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:01 PM
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Going straight the steering yoke is not going to make noise.

Does the clunk come when the drive train is under load and you let off the gas guick, and is the rear pinion seal leaking on the rear diff?

Could be bad pinion bearings.
when im reversing and turning at the same time is when it goes clunkclunkclunk.
no leaks on the rear diff either.
the clunk is coming from the front driver side and sometimes i can feel it at my feet and is driving me absolutely nuts. some days its bad, and other days you dont even hear it. im just sick of waiting for the noise to happen the most. if it did it every single time i wouldnt be so annoyed because i know it would be coming.
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Old 10-13-2012, 05:14 PM
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when im reversing and turning at the same time is when it goes clunkclunkclunk.
no leaks on the rear diff either.
the clunk is coming from the front driver side and sometimes i can feel it at my feet and is driving me absolutely nuts. some days its bad, and other days you dont even hear it. im just sick of waiting for the noise to happen the most. if it did it every single time i wouldnt be so annoyed because i know it would be coming.
Clunk when making turns bad constant velocity joint.
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