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    Quote Originally Posted by EvolutionArmory View Post
    I feel it in the seat. No play in the axles or driveshaft other than the slight up down they all have. The rear diff is solid too.
    Hmm im not sure then.

    I have a 95A poly bushing in my rear diff, as well as ecs carrier inserts so it doesnt know what moving is anymore.

    The factory diff bushing doesnt really wear out, it doesnt take the same loads as say a control arm.

    It could be a rear control arm maybe, see if you lift the rear and shake it down. See if you have any deflection in the rear arms.



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    Quote Originally Posted by i3oricua View Post
    Someoneís going to jump in here and say that you should drill and use nuts and bolts. I used tappers as well. Probably about 10-12 in total. Just make sure theyíre on tight and evenly spaced out. Iíve had mine on for about 11 years now. Plowed snow with it and everything. Still hanging in strong.

    You may have a gap because the lip warped on you in a funny way while tightening it. I would say back the screws off and work your way from the middle out of you can eliminating any unnecessary bends.


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    Quote Originally Posted by vvenom800tt View Post
    Hmm im not sure then.

    I have a 95A poly bushing in my rear diff, as well as ecs carrier inserts so it doesnt know what moving is anymore.

    The factory diff bushing doesnt really wear out, it doesnt take the same loads as say a control arm.

    It could be a rear control arm maybe, see if you lift the rear and shake it down. See if you have any deflection in the rear arms.



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    I drove the car on the lift and shook it down about as good as I think anyone could. Taking weight off the wheels would eliminate load bearing things like control arms I think. The diff bushing could dry rot though. Itís a New England car so anything is possible. 😀

    I really think this could be an engine balance thing. LWFW with stiff mounts will amplify it. Maybe a Fluidampr will do the trick but hopefully someone will suggest something I havenít thought of yet.

    Spitballing ideas is my favorite part of this forum and thanks for the suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvolutionArmory View Post
    I drove the car on the lift and shook it down about as good as I think anyone could. Taking weight off the wheels would eliminate load bearing things like control arms I think. The diff bushing could dry rot though. Itís a New England car so anything is possible.

    I really think this could be an engine balance thing. LWFW with stiff mounts will amplify it. Maybe a Fluidampr will do the trick but hopefully someone will suggest something I havenít thought of yet.

    Spitballing ideas is my favorite part of this forum and thanks for the suggestion.
    No problem man.

    A way to check lower control arms is to raise the wheel off the ground about 8" and then take a long prybar and slide it under the tire and then pry straight up on the tire. If the lower arm is bad then it will deflect and you can see it easily.

    What about your transmission mount? If thats toast then the emgine will move back and forth under load

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