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Hey all:

Quick question, any idea why I'd get a vibration noise (like something hitting an aluminum plate or similar really fast)... like a t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t kind of noise (if that makes any sense)? This after a transmission swap. Only does it in reverse, forward gears are fine, noise can't be felt, only heard...

About the only thing that comes to mind for me is that while removing the rear driveshaft, one of the u-joint bearing caps fell off... But... I did ensure all the roller bearings were in place before putting it back on and re-installing it... Now, would that be causing this? If so, why only in reverse?

Any how... opinions/help is desperately needed...

Thanks in advance for any replies.

Cheers,
Be
 

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is it when the trucks physically moving? Sure its not something dumb like a mad motor/tranny mount and when the motor twists that other way something on the front/back of it is hitting something else? Just an idea.
 

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Was going to check that out tonight. I have a sneaking suspicion it may be the cooler lines... but not sure. I tried a braky in reverse yesterday and it does it then to, so it's not a moving part (At least I hope it's not... cause if it is it's probably internal... :wall: )

Thanks for the reply.

Ben
 
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