Thread: Loud Diff Clunk
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Old 01-05-2012, 10:28 AM
Matt P. Matt P. is offline
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I recently spoke to one of my technical advisors from a high performance shop I usually bring my other cars to and he said the thump we hear would be "normal". He said the system as it is will feel like the whole rear end wants to rip right off the back. Also said that the car may feel like it wants to break itself in half. We'll see, I have plans on getting that thoroughly checked out in the spring. Possibly even change the diff.
Uh, NO.

That's me being sceptical.

Right now my car is nicely tucked away, sound asleep in a garage next to an '86 Toyota 4Runner rock crawler. The more I think of it, the more I just want a "new" diff to end the problems. My frame is not damaged. I have the Turner Motorsports reinforcement kit to install no matter what to strengthen it.
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