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post #1 of 9 Old 05-03-2012, 07:30 PM Thread Starter
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Rear end help

When i put my truck in drive or reverse the rear end pops like a u joint is bad but that cant be what it is i had my trans rebuilt about 6 months ago along with all the u joints anybody have a clue on what it is?
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Is there not any rear end specialist out there

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It's not uncommon for the slip yoke to make a popping noise, try pulling the dust cover and greasing it.

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I had thought about that is there a alemite on it? And a special grease have to be used?


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I bet it's the slip yoke, as long as it's a 2 piece drive shaft.
I drilled and tapped mine so I could grease it.



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i had all my ungreaseable u joint go bad in 8 months have had the grease able ones on for almost a year.. but i grease them every 2 weeks with marine grease

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I just had the same thing happen my rear end started popping I tore it down and the bolts had came loose in my rear end carrier assembly some had broken off not a common problem but its worth taking the rear diff cover off and taking a look

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Could be slop in the spider gears

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I just had the same thing happen my rear end started popping I tore it down and the bolts had came loose in my rear end carrier assembly some had broken off not a common problem but its worth taking the rear diff cover off and taking a look
I took it off about 2 weeks ago to change the grease and looked over everything good besides the bolts dang I guess I'll take it off again


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