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Old 10-31-2017, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Output shaft play tx10

I have a 1995 4x4 v6 and I am trying to diagnose a driveline vibration I have had for a while but as of lately is way worse. While checking u-joints for the 100th time I found that i can push and pull up and down on the rear output shaft for the transfer case and I can make it move just enough to make a clunk noise. probably 3 months ago I found that the transfer case had run dry and I can't even begin to tell anyone how long it had been like that I hadn't checked it when I purchased it which was February of 2015. the main question is is this normal, or do I need to change the output bearing or is there a bushing like other trucks?
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