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Old 08-22-2004, 17:11   #1 (permalink)
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o.k 1990 bronco 4x4 351 I'll have to start from the begining. I replaced my pinoin bearing due to a bad smacking sound when put in gear. during this a co-worker noticed the wheel bearings were loose so i tightened them finished the job I started with the pinion & lowered to test drive. too my suprise a whole nother noise has started. first thing that sprung to mind wheel bearings. so 2 days later new races,bearings everything. less noise but still there. Now too discribe the sound. almost like the sound big mudder tires make along with a wining noise which seems to knock periodicaly.weird I know maybe transmission/universals? if anyone can be a help I would greatly appreciate it. I love my bronco but have about gave up on it.
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forgot to mention this noise is not heared at highway speeds mostly 1&2 gear starting off & even more DURING DECELARATION

















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when you did all this could you have either left out the shims or swapped them by accident? sounds like your pinion depth is wrong. did you replace your crush sleeve and torque it down correctly?
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sound like your gear lash is not set correct on pinion had same problem on my 86 full size bronco when i bought it
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