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What could be grinding in rear somewhere from the transmission to the rear end when moving down the street

It made a **** and loud pop sound and grinds while moving but sounds fine in park idling and in gear idling .

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The rear end might might be shot or parts may be needed

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Year , make ,and model would be nice to know. 4 wheel drive?

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