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Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Brockville, Ontario
Hole in bellhousing (ZF5)
Just finished doing a pile of work to my truck to get it through safety inspection (new ujoints all around), and as soon as I got it back on the road and up to hiway speeds a vibration caused the rear driveshaft front ujoint to grenade. The ujoint is toast, and so is the piece that is bolted to the drive flange coming out of the t-case that conects too the ujoint. And there is now a softball size hole in the bellhousing right beneath the slave cylinder.
Could the vibration from the driveshaft have caused the bellhousing to blow out? There doesn't seem to be anything missing from the clutch system inside the bellhousing, and it doesn't make any sounds when the engine runs.
Has anyone ever heard of something like this before?
1996 F250 XLT, 4x4, 5 speed, LuK clutch, scsb, manual hub conversion, 265/75R16 Wrangler Territories, Tymar intake
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