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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Bent Bolt View Post
    hard to tell. With trans in gear , clutch pedal to the floor and vehicle not moving , nothing in transmission is turning. Still noisy ?
    Yep. Strange.

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  2. #22
    If noisy with nothing in trans turning , logic says it's not the trans.
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    I had a company fore range that made a similar sound but only when shifting at hi-way speeds and yes it turned out to the pilot bearing.
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  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Mike View Post
    Tracks with RPM, gets worse when motor is hot, just had your header coated, taken on and off? Gasket leak at the collector or exhaust gasket, expanding when hot allowing an exhaust leak.

    Or mounting bolts trans to motor or t-case expanding and lessening under heat.

    Re- tourque everything you have moved, removed or added in the last few months.
    I think your likely right. Exhaust collector is "ball and socket" no gasket.
    It was a bear to get in alignment so maybe I'm a bit off there. Close to the transmission to motor connection so it could sound like a bearing I suppose.
    I'll get under it and try that again.


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