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About zzGUY46

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    2000 Siverado LS
  1. Most of us buy them and keep them and sell them with the vehicles. When mine's ready to go if you're still want one I'll let you know. Sent from my ASUS_P00J using Tapatalk
  2. Did you try eBay for a used one? Sent from my ASUS_P00J using Tapatalk
  3. I like KYB shocks. Works great on my 2000 Silverado Sent from my SM-N910V using Tapatalk
  4. Maybe the carrier bearing that holds up the driveshaft going to the rear? I think thats what its called. Another guess might be the front transfer case, there was a fix I saw somewhere where the aluminum case gets worn and the fix was putting a steel piece where the wear was inside., so check for aluminum flakes in front diff fluid. sorry for being vague but I have had similiar probs and watched lots of Youtubes...lol maybe someone else will be able to explain better. I'm doing front bearings right now.
  5. I agree easier and cheaper just to replace the whole thing I have done both sides
  6. Don't feel bad I'm having the same problem
  7. I would guess trapped air. Needs to be burped. Never did with my truck but with cars.
  8. Using synthetic oil seems to help mine.

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