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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-04-2015, 10:53 PM Thread Starter
 
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Vibration

I have this vibration when coming from the rear area and can't seem to pin point it. When at higher speeds it's good, and lower speeds it's good. Just when the train kicks into 3rd I believe, but when it starts and if I give it more gas it's goes away, and if I lay off the throttle it's goes away.

History as of a week ago that's when I bought it.

1.Transfer case had a hole in it, so it could have ran dry, more then likely did. So would a barring, or chain in the tcase cause this?

2. Rear end was almost dry due to seals. Maybe a pinion Barring ?

All of which are tight with no play, and all ujoints are good. Have not popped the rear plate off yet.

Thus truck has the electric trani in it so would a bad battery cause the trani to struggle under load?

Sorry for the thousand question.

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I'd say you're on to something with the t-case and rear-end both running low on fluid.

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Do you have a hanger bearing? Have you checked the axle shaft ends for true? Are the axle shaft bearings tight?

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They seemed tight when I had the wheels off, but I have not opened it up yet. What's a hanger barring ?
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Some trucks have a hanger support bearing that supports the driveshaft. If the bearing is bad you will get vibration.

Such is life. Just passing through.

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So little update. I drained the oil from my transfer case that I put in about 6000K ago and it was very red, darker then blood . And rotated the tire with my ear to TC and there is a wine sound coming from the TC. The atf was plain and color going in. There is a little play from the Out put shaft (rear) .
History on TC . Was a hole when I got it , but fixed the hole. So there's no telling how long it was like that, or how many times was ran dry. So with possible eternal damages ,bearings, stretched chain, etc. Would y'all think that at high RPMs that would cause a surging/ vibration? And sometimes very noisy.
Trani seems good, OD light don't flash or no slippage when this is happening .
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Replace the t-case. Good time for an NP205 conversion.

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Replace the t-case. Good time for an NP205 conversion.
BW 1345 will come out in your hands, NP205 you will need a jack. unless you have a strong friend

there was a reason the 205 came with a frame mount on the side!

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Yes, but the nice part is you'll probably never have to worry about it for a really long time.

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Cool see what I can get my hands on. The 205 the s the gear driven, was in Chev's earlier if I remember correctly? And ya if so they are effing heavy.
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