I've never had a vehicle do this, but this is my first manual trans diesel so I'm learning, I'm learning how to operate these forums too.
When I'm in reverse backing up slowly, like backing up to a trailer with no gas and clutch in/out I get a nasty driveline noise/shutter. I don't know what it is or where it's coming from, I'm waiting to get a buddy over so I can look from underneath. If I'm in reverse going and push the clutch in all the way quickly it sounds awful. If it's happening in the forward gears it's definitely not noticeable. The nv5600 shifts great no slip or anything and not hard getting in gear or shifting. It scared me the first time because I thought I slammed into my trailer backing up. Is this loud clunk normal for a heavy duty truck? Hopefully it's not a throw out bearing or a common sign for needing a new clutch on these. I looked trans mount and u-joints don't seem like they have any wear on them