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So today i was hauling a load of scrap to the yard. Not real heavy, i weighed in at just under 12k. On the way over i noticed a vibration noise coming through the shifter on the transfer case. It continued all day even unloaded. It starts at about 25 mph. It is there when u let off, there when you shift, there when your coasting...always. Unless you are under 25 mph. Any ideas? Transfer case need a rebuild?
U joint's or carrier bearing transfer case is usually bullet proof
newest toy 14 jeep GC Eco diesel 2008 QCLB sold 2011 cclb Sold 2013 Durango bit the dust 9-04-14 RIP Speedy the 67 vw died a very hot Death 5-17-2010 New toy 1985 crewcab longbed 4x4 conversion with a 93 cummin's and built 518 auto ,hx35 with a 12 wg housing ,366 spring and fuel pin .along with Boost and Pyro gauges and Tach .
Well being a reg cab, there is no carrier bearing. I didnt realize that until i crawled under it. There is some slop in the driveline, but it doesnt seem to be in the u joints. U can turn it a bit either direction and it sounds like where the gears engage
It may sound stupid but when in vibration starts reach over and sort of jiggle the t case lever and see if it stops. My truck has a rattle or vibration noise from that area and its just the t case linkage vibrating.
1992 W250,Getrag,NP205, 229,000, Dowel pin killed, 1.5 turns on fuel screw,366 spring, M&H timing spacer at stock timing mark, HE351CW, power stroke IC,3" tubes.
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