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Old August 26th, 2009, 08:09 PM   #1
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anybody running this t-case? 1987 blazer, seems to have slop in chain, is this common? makes noise is freewheeling, any suggestions?
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Old August 26th, 2009, 08:17 PM   #2
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208s are decent unless your putting alot of power through them. then they show their weakness. chains usually develop looseness after time. anything with high miles will make noises and be worn out. a rebuild kit isn't that expensive IIRC.
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cool thanks, i removed it from a plow truck, when you let off the gas, in free wheel it makes a wierd vibration noise, has no driveshaft vibe at higher speeds, just in let off, is a rebuild kit with a chain cheaper than just gettin another used one? its for a th400
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well a used one will be cheaper but then your still stuck with a used t-case that will eventually give you the same trouble again.
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