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Old 07-15-2010
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rear clunk and a feeling of shifting like a bad mount

Just purchased a 2001 auto extended cab 4x4 off road package.When I give it gas to take off a noise like clunk and the feeling like the whole drive train is lifting. I have check the mounts and all are good. I had one mechanic look at,his answer possible leaf springs. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you John
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check your rear axle u-bolts they could be loose

also could be the transmission mount ( broken , worn-out )
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mine was i had the take the rear driveshaft out and put some bearing grease in the slipyolk..this is if your driveshaft is the steel 2 piece...
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