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Old 04-29-2014, 04:08 PM
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Was driving home from good Friday going 70mph. Heard a huge pop. Thought I popped a tired got out all tires fine. Starting to go again and the truck is just rattling and vibrating. So I stopped again. Looking for tires mis spinning. So I got towed home. Hopped under the truck and saw my middle front universal was missing the pin bearing caps or whatever they're called. Got that changed out.... Then noticed this.. it looks like it where the transmission and transfer case connect. Pics momentarily. Can't get them posted from phone. big problem or quick fix.
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Old 04-29-2014, 04:22 PM
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sorry 2006 f250. all stock. 35s. just broke 149,000
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huge pop and broke parts.....

Ouch. That's your tail housing for your tranny. I believe you can unbolt the broken one and bolt back in a new one. Check your seals on your tranny and t case. Check your output shaft on tranny and input shaft on the t case for damage. I would get a new tranny mount while your in there.
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