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Old 06-24-2005, 16:10   #1 (permalink)
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AU ute diff movement?

my cousin has an au ute ,he has had the diff housing returned to its origional position twice. The housing moves with locating pins brackets and all,ford have replaced u bolts brackets the works ,but he's found its happened again. He asked geelong they have no idea what the prob is, He has had a some one tell him that the chasis may be bent, but the car hasent really done any hard work,could it be something else? He asked me if i new, i dont know any thing about newer fords .If anyone has any idea i would like to hear from you, thanks chris.
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my cousin has an au ute ,he has had the diff housing returned to its origional position twice. The housing moves with locating pins brackets and all,ford have replaced u bolts brackets the works ,but he's found its happened again. He asked geelong they have no idea what the prob is, He has had a some one tell him that the chasis may be bent, but the car hasent really done any hard work,could it be something else? He asked me if i new, i dont know any thing about newer fords .If anyone has any idea i would like to hear from you, thanks chris.
Are the centre bolts broken?
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No all bolts intact every thing tight.They have replaced pins bolts and brackets.
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