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rear end gear installed

i had stock gears and did not do this put 410 it in and when rolling in second gear about 5 10 mph while clutch in i hear a loose rattle noise?


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It could be about a bazillion different things. That's not a lot of info to go off of.

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Check the simple things....Loose driveshaft bolts??? Did he shim the pinion gear enough? could be other things.

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checked driveshaft, good, its a little annoying noise, a small chuddering when u press the clutch in when rolling!

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Sounds like a throwout bearing to me. Put it in neutral while driving, and see if the noise is there with the clutch out. If there's no noise then, it eliminates the rear end, and points towards the clutch assembly.

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Sounds like a throwout bearing to me. Put it in neutral while driving, and see if the noise is there with the clutch out. If there's no noise then, it eliminates the rear end, and points towards the clutch assembly.
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Nice............

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This only happened after the gear install?

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Jack the rear of the car up, remove the 4 bolts that hold the driveshaft to the rearend and drop it down, but leave the other end in the trasmission. grab the yoke (or where the 4 bolts were) and see if there is play....side to side, even make sure it doesn't wiggle. Make sure the pinion nut isn't loose.......or just take it back to the guy that did the rear and tell him it's noisy....It sounds like the gears aren't set up right.

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Some more info would help, but do as bullitt suggested and see if its still there at speed in neutral with the clutch out. There's a lot of possible causes, if it started up only after the gear install that would be the first thing to check, do you feel anything through the pedal when the noise happens?

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I sold the car he said he would fix it lol

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