Join Date: Aug 2011
Well, greasing the shaft made no difference. Still as strong as ever. However, I am about 99% sure it is the DC joint binding.
- On acceleration mainly in 1st and 2nd
- Going up hills
- Bouncing on bumps
All situations where there is significant torque in the driveline (pinion rotates = sharper angle at DC) or the suspension is stretched out (again, sharper angle).
I was thinking about how expensive it would be to go ahead with the stretch so early, then I had a Doh! moment. I can just swap out for some new 3" springs and shocks. That will bring me down to where I'm not binding and I wanted lower springs anyway. Plus it's way cheaper.
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