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Vibration on overrun

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Rachel S, Apr 23, 2016.

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  1. Rachel S

    Rachel S Well-Known Member

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    Hey ups folks.

    I'm out and about with hardly any signal so can't put in proper section at mo. Forgives me :)

    Out in Bessie TD5. When she's under load there's no vibration, but as soon as I take it off excelerator or out of gear she's vibrating. Could it be the propshaft? Am I going to die?
     
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    blue beasty Leaks an prone to bits dropping off

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    Crawl underneath and have a wiggle.

    While yer there you might as well check the U/Js, sliders and drive flanges for any unusual movement.

    And yes....

    We're all going to die
     
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    Thanks BB

    Phew, didn't die. Got home but it was getting worse the closer to home we got. Been a bit nervous and jittery when landys do these things since the turbo went on the last one. Scary moment that was! I'll throw much better half under her ( whilst she's not moving) and get him to look
     
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