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Old 02-04-2018, 05:46 PM
WSSix WSSix is offline
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Well, the rain moved out early and the roads dried out enough that I could get the car out. It's even better than before so I'm getting closer. If this is the best it gets, I could live with it consider how bad it was before. I do still have some adjustments to make. I need to get it back up on the cribbing so I can get an official measurement to know where I am. The biggest issue I'm facing now is the car has a shudder that runs through it as I coast down from speed. Fairly certain this is pinion angle related for sure since I don't feel it going up through speed or while driving. I'll continue to do research and see where it leads.

Thanks for all the help everyone.

1979 Trans Am WS6: LT1/T56, Kore 3 C5/6 brakes, BMW 18in rims

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Old 02-04-2018, 09:11 PM
randy randy is offline
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If you have vibration while deceleration the pinion might be down to far. Glad you are moving in the right direction. That aluminum driveshaft will help ALOT to get every bit of vibration gone
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