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Do you get a nasty "clunk" when you try to accelerate?
Do you have vibrations under acceleration?
When you inspect your Guibo does it resemble a frayed tire cord?

Well then it might be time for a new Guibo.

The guibo serves as an interface between the transmission and the drive shaft. Since the guibo is made of rubber it acts as a damper when shifting and engaging into gears. This helps transfer of power to the drive shaft in a smooth manner, instead of abrupt and harsh.



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