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Thumping coming from rear end of chevy astro van
This could be a few things but always start with the basics (and cheapest). Check the tires for broken belts. If the tires are worn smooth, don't run your hand on them, you could get a sliver of steel belt in them (it hurts, trust me). If they aren't worn that much, run your hand over the tread and see if you feel any bumps.
If the tires seem ok, crawl under and grab the drive shaft. Make sure the van is parked on the level with no load on it (no weight on the parking pin...). If you can move it from side to side or there is play in it, it's probably the carrier bearing. It's not that expensive to fix by a mechanic ($150 roughly) or you could do it yourself with a basic socket set.
2003 Chevy Astro...
on Dec 10, 2013
Mounting 250 Combibox on Land Rover factory rails
Ronald, sometimes thing just don't happen like the book says so in times such as this I have been known to bring out the mig welder and fabricate a mount that will work and the modifications shouldn't be noticed from the topside of the vehicle. Be sure to use suitable materials 3/16th inch wall mild steel and that proper prep work and proper welding procedures are observed and you will have the box serve you well for years to come.
on Jan 01, 2014
Is it good to wrap new vehicles?
Why you need a wrap? The new ones are wrapped mainly cos people don't like the company color and they want their ride to be unique. I believe it's the same for you. Vehicle wraps
are better option; cheaper compared to repainting; easy to remove when you think you changing it.
Vehicle Parts &...
on Jul 09, 2019
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