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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-03-2007 09:55 PM
Chevrolet4x4s put it on jackstands on the fraom then jack up the rear end and listen for the noise upou compressing the suspension.
08-03-2007 09:45 PM
GIXXER07 Thanks Know Exactly Were To Look.
08-03-2007 09:39 PM
F&J I'd be looking and prying on the rubber bushings for the rear control arms. Might have to pry them to see if they feel sloppy.

How's the rust in your area? look for rotted mounts etc?
08-03-2007 08:47 PM
Kicking Rear Body ? Or Rear End?

When I Floor The Pedal On My 69 Chevelle But Not Breaking Traction, When It Shifts Into 2nd Gear, The Rearend Or Body Jerks To The Right And Fells Like It Wants To Come Out From Under Me. Don't Want To Buy Parts That Are Not Related, If You Know What It Could Be,would Be Help Full. Thanks.

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