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Old 08-11-2008, 07:28 PM   #16
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If you change the motor and its still same don't worry about mr Bush LOL
did you check the diff grease
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Old 08-13-2008, 12:02 AM   #17
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Thanks Peeps! Have grease all moving parts and the sound still stays.. will see what breaks as time goes and I will post here hehe cheers guys and thanks for all your help!
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Has to be the spur/pinion... If the teeth on the spur look flat, that's why. Re check which mounting holes to use to get the proper mesh.
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Could be the gear mesh but could also be a bearing. Check all the bearings to see if they are smooth. To do this properly you should take them out and check them by turning them in your fingers. They should be smooth and free.
Sometimes they feel alright if you check them in the car but under accelleration they will bind up and this makes a grinding noise.

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