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Jingling sound.......

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by dontoe, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. dontoe

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    On the way out of Tellico, last Saturday, I got a intermittent jingling sound. The wife helped me find it the next day. I ran beside the truck as she drove it down the road...........:rolleyes: :haha:

    Anyway, it is the "cover" for the yoke bearing? It's cup shaped and is dinged up a bit. Is it supposed to rotate with the yoke?


    12 bolt.....

    Temp fixed...........:rolleyes: :haha: :haha: :haha:
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    Any advice?
     
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    Donald duct taped his driveshaft. :haha: :haha: :haha:

    I have no idea what that "flange" is but I put a couple of dabs of JB weld to the upper end, never had a problem and still holding after 2 years. Can't say if that was the right thing to do, but I guess I'll learn something from this post too.
     
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    I've seen duct tape used for lots of things, but that has to be the best.:bow: :haha: :haha:
     
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    It's all that's holding the yoke in!!!! :eek1:





































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    Donald, was that there before or after your "run"? I see a running joke next time we get together already happening.
     
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    The "shield/cup/thing-a-ma-jig" started makin' a sound on the way out. The next day I noticed it was bent up from the previous days wheeling. The duct tape keeps it from spinning and makin' that irritating "jingling" noise. :rolleyes:
    That's my story, and I'm stickin' to it! :o
     
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    The pinion cover on my 14b came loose, and was making the same sound, i just tack welded it back in place, haven't heard it since.:D
     
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    I'm a big Red Green fan!!! :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
     
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    So, it just shields the bearing then, no problem with tackin' it in place?
    No leaks, that I could find.
     
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    Let me know if you need something to fix it. I've got a 12 bolt out back that needs to be parted.
     
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    Kool, thanks bro. :laugh:
    I'm gonna try welding it in place first.
    D60/14BFF on the list, but i wanna get a whole truck with the running gear in good shape, strip it for the good stuff and sell/give away the body/frame. Be next year before I have any bucks for that though.
    By the way, I praticed a little with that ReadyWelder some. Ain't got it to weld purdy yet, but it burns deep and holds great. Just need to practice more, I suppose...........
     
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    You don't need full on welds all the way around it, just tack it in a few places, it'll hold just fine.
     
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    OK! :p:
     
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    Jesse from HAD told me to get rid of the shield when I ordered up a 1410 yoke for my 14BFF. I haven't had any problems missing it...no leaks etc.
     
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    or just wear tighter underwear???:confused: :doah:
     

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