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    Default 8.6 rearend problems

    I installed a yukon duragrip about 2 years ago and suddenly I'm getting a grinding noise when I turn after everything has warmed up I've had clutches put in the locker and new axle bearings installed noise still there please help

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    Hey there. Maybe a pitted or worn carrier bearing. Also check the weight of your gear oil your running.

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    Is there a way to check the carrier bearings to know how if they are bad. When I had it apart I didn't really notice them being worn. I'm running Lucas oil 80-90w

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    Quote Originally Posted by zippstripp View Post
    Hey there. Maybe a pitted or worn carrier bearing. Also check the weight of your gear oil your running.
    I don't think the OP's Yukon has a carrier bearing. I'm pretty sure it's a solid drive shaft.

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    Ya no carrier bearing its a solid driveshaft.

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    I think he's talking about the carrier bearings on the outside ends of the kicker itself if I'm not mistaken

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    I meant locker stupid auto correct

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