Drivelers are neighbors #358

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I think it’s trans related, first thing I checked was my U joints.
 
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gobbleinwoods

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97 F150 super cab long bed. Lonnng drivetrain.

None of the joints even budged. When I got all the way to trans and was trying to wobble it, I could detect a very slight movement in the spline of the trans. Possibly 1/32 of movement, maybe less, hard to see it, but was able to feel it and see it.
 
Screen on trans may be clogged??
Ain’t no tellin Quackbro, it has never been serviced. I’ve got about 250,000 miles on this truck and it’s been a good’un.
 

blood on the ground

Cross threading is better than two lock washers.
97 F150 super cab long bed. Lonnng drivetrain.

None of the joints even budged. When I got all the way to trans and was trying to wobble it, I could detect a very slight movement in the spline of the trans. Possibly 1/32 of movement, maybe less, hard to see it, but was able to feel it and see it.
My stepson had that exact same truck. His transmission went out and I purchased one at a junkyard for 300$, it came with a 3 month warranty. He ended up driving the truck for another two years or so before he sold it.
 

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Dang it, hydrangeas wilted and burned after covered. Wait and see, two frosts may mean replanting those.
 

Ruger#3

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Heavy trash bags. Can’t control the weather and neighbor has huge hydrangeas.
These got all leaves burnt twice now.
 
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