Anyone heard of the GMT400 trucks needing it yet? Mine is still fine with 123k on the clock. Seems odd that all of a sudden it started happening with the GMT800. You'd think they'd figure it out before the GMT900 came out.
Cool,I've listened for the dreaded sound but didn't hear any.Must've been some kind of design change for the newer models.
Just line the inside splines... don't fill the yoke. You don't want a bunch of excess grease ending up inside the transmission.When at a stop, I accellerate and you feel and here a clunk in the drivetrain.
I used the best grease they had at autozone. It was waterproof as well.
Just so I am sure, pack the yoke to the brim and let it push out what it doesn't need, correct?
Lay under your truck, grab the tail of the transmission and try to move it up and down. You will have to get in a position where you can watch the mount while you do this, There sould be little or no play at all.How much movement should I notice in the trans mount as I do notice some left and right movement when pushing back and forth on the driveshaft. Also, with the truck not running, I can the driveshaft about an 1/8th of a turn back and fourth, don't know if that is normal.