Its not a big prob. But I want to ask to make sure it wont cause bigger probs later on down the road. I have a 5 speed and when ever I take off in first gear, no matter how slow or low of RPM's I give it it hops for a few seconds when I let off the clutch. [img]images/graemlins/bs.gif[/img] I was wondering if yall could give me your thoughts on why it might be doing this. I just replaced the fly-wheel clutch and slave cylinder about a year ago. Another thing, when I put it in 4 wheel drive it dosen't hop no matter how hard I try to make it. Could it be my drive shaft is at too much of an angle or what? Any suggestions would help a lot.
heres my theory, when you start off the axle twist a little clockwise changing the rear u joints angle so it creates a pulsation in the drive line then once you overcome the initial friction it takes less force to move so the axle doesnt twist clockwise.
That really sucks, what do you think can fix the problem? Will I need to extend my drive shaft or what? Is there a way to stop my rear axle from twisting like that? [img]images/graemlins/givemebeer.gif[/img]
You can bet if you put springs in and torque to specs then recheck, you should have no wrap-up. Who had that pics of the rear axle that was cracked at the third member I can't find it, that's something you dont want... I was thinking it could also be tranny mount too. [img]images/graemlins/givemebeer.gif[/img]-Bob