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Shudder On Take off????

Hey fellas my 2002 CCSB has a shudder when i take off from a stop. If i take it REALLY easy and get passed about 5-7 mph the shudder isn't noticeable. Besides that it shifts great. I checked the drive shaft carrier assy it seems pretty loose i know some play is normal but it seems like i can move it a pretty good amount say 1/4-1/2 inch. Can that rubber bushing wear out to the point it shudder when taking off. And also is a torque converter was going bad would it just shudder when taking it off or would it shudder when the transmission shifts gears. the truck has 165k mile and the axle carrier hasnt been replaced.

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I would check the u joint. Slip yoke grease, tranfer case fluid. And rear diff fluid.


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mine was doing the same. Replaced all 3 u-joints in the rear shaft and it was fine. They will do that if they freeze, so dont assume they are fine because nothing feels loose

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I have been having the same issues periodically with mine, 03 F350 FX4 CC/DRW LB. I was glad to come across this. The carrier assembly is only around 40 bucks here so I may replace it along with all my joints. I dont have the typical Ujoint racket or shudder but I do have a "lag" when I step on the accellerator lightly. motor revs and its like the driveline has to wind up before it moves. The only slack area I could find was my carrier has about 1/4-1/2" play in the rubber isolator.

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Replace U joints and carrier bearing/rubber bushing. Should clear up all problems
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Sorry I haven't responded but it ended up being missing transmission mounting bolts the previous Owner must have done some shotty work and my transmission
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