Phew, sorry for the slow loading..
ok pic 1, bad shot of rear tranny on its side, its not, i am, but you get the gist.
pic2, shot of shaft running from rear trans to center, now you can see some seepage going on there,
pic3, v bad quality, its showing seepage from rear tranny ring and also if you can notice from the bad pic pic, that ring doesnt appear to be seated against the T case, bust id say it looks like a 1 or 2 mm gap all the way around.
pic 4, again bad quality, but its the connector on the rear drive shaft, now i noticed a little play in this with my hands, not much, about 1mm or so left to right between the two so the connector is showing a little play.
pic 5, main rear driveshaft joint, didnt get any play here at all, not 100% sure what i was lokking for but trying to twist either side seperately didnt show any movement in this joint in the way of play.
pic 6, same joint, i think i was trying to get a better shot!
pic 7, showing front trans housing, now this shaft when i twisted it didnt give any play in the joints, but i did feel movement, (slight) in the actual tcase, a little bit of play in it, not huge, but it was there.
piv 8, cant honestly remember!! LoL! some part of the drive train..
pic9 front drive shaft u joint, didint feel any play through this trying to twist the two halves, no play felt.
pic 10, ok here is an interesting thing, im guessing its the differential, now see the leak, its not huge but it definately has been seeking, from the looks of it i would say probably from behind the brown cover plate.
pic 11, same component, different angle, couldnt see how the shot before cam out so retook it, again you can see the brown cover plate clearer, but less of where the oil is actually coming from.
pic 12, same again.
Lastly, i checked tyre pressures, they were way down at 18PSI, now up at 23 all round, no big difference to clunking though, still as bad, however car ride feels a little more smoother,
Ok, last thing, i noticed when car is idling and i put it into forward or reverse, when the slack is taken up it is clunking, not as bad as when turning, but still a big clunk, so im guessing now (have been all along just more so) but Im guessing that the transfer case is either bone dry or the teeth are worn, comments?
Last question, if T case was low or even dry, why would it make such a god awful clunk, surely it wouldnt make that much of a difference, as in how can a coating of oil stop such a huge clonking noise.
Thanks all for your time and patience looking through this..