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Old 01-30-2006, 09:08 AM
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Broken posi POS chevy

Hey guys well i've got a 02 trailblazer that used to be a posi. you see i take it off road and do donuts and spray mud everywhere and when it's wet out (cause it's a chevy and doesn't have enough power to do it when it's dry) i'll whip donuts in the street with it (when there's no cars on the road i've done a donut on route 1 at like 12 at night it was fun it was one of those hold my beer and watch this thingies) but anyway when i go down my driveway (long and twisty) and i don't have my foot on the gas at all or the brake you can hear a noise coming from the rear (right?) like click click click click kinda like the splines on the axel are slipping the splines in the center section. and i was doing a brake stand the other day in the rain and i looked in my right mirror and smoke was pouring off my right tire and nothing comming off the left tire, so i stopped. i was wondering can i hurt the rear anymore than i already have by doing burnouts and donuts and crap? and what do you think is wrong with it? i think the posi is burnt out on it but i'm not sure i havn't pulled the cover cause it's a daily driver and i don't know what kinda rear it is so i don't have a gasket it runs fine when i'm not doing something stupid. can i just put in a fully locked unit?
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Old 01-30-2006, 11:57 AM
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Good job moron you've successfully trashed your moms car.
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Come on...be nice. That's Mr Moron. Hey 66 Tbird, you just learned an expensive lesson.. When you play, you pay...and it looks like it's time to pay-up!
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Old 01-30-2006, 03:41 PM
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i'm not really planning on fixing it unless it will hurt the rear more than it already has. and it's actually more like my grandmom's car she bought it for me as a daily driver cause it's safe and she didn't want me to drive my bird everyday. i guess not every rear is as strong as my ford 9in. and i do all the work to it and i can set up a rear myself if i need to (did it with my bird) but i was just wondering if it hurts the rear to do one wheeled burnouts
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Hey guys well i've got a 02 trailblazer that used to be a posi. you see i take it off road and do donuts and spray mud everywhere and when it's wet out (cause it's a chevy and doesn't have enough power to do it when it's dry) i'll whip donuts in the street with it (when there's no cars on the road i've done a donut on route 1
and i was doing a brake stand the other day in the rain and i looked in my right mirror and smoke was pouring off my right tire and nothing comming off the left tire, so i stopped.
i was wondering can i hurt the rear anymore than i already have by doing burnouts and donuts and crap?
Nope... I wouldn't worry about it. Just beat that $35,000 dollar POS "gift" to death and tell your grandma she gave you **** and next time she'd better step up with a "good" car... Jesus..
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Old 01-30-2006, 06:11 PM
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I cant believe how ungrateful and careless some people can be, You gonna ask grandma to fix it now or do you want her to buy you a new one 'cause the 'old' one is falling apart you might think your cool but your just being a dumbas

No wonder I only come by here every couple weeks

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Old 01-30-2006, 06:17 PM
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Just put in reverse floor it untill it will go no faster and slam it into drive that should finish it off.

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It's sad to see a 17 year old with such little respect for something that is or should be a very nice vehicle, you grandma should kick your *** for being a dumb ***. Maybe when you step up and be a big boy and buy your own car you will treat it better. As far as drinking and driving, all I can say is stop before you hurt someone or yourself.

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Old 01-30-2006, 06:33 PM
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You toasted the differential and the clicking you hear is most likely the spider gears giving you a heads up that they are in need of replacement also.

Stop abusing the vehicle and it won't cost you parts and possibly your's or somebody else's life or health.

I decided to close this thread because of the comments for now until this is discussed further with the other moderators and the administrator.
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