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Re: Differentials

I replaced a rear dif on my A2 a few years ago because of the incessant howling. I picked up a depot rebuild on the internet. I installed the thing and there
Everett Cole
Nov 19
#8490
 
8489

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

I remember a tale about the 1100’s being from S. Korea. Made Later then 900’s. Supposed to be quieter, improved. I believe they are quieter. From:
Stu
Nov 17
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8488

Re: Differential Update

The 1100 series have that number cast into the case, as do the 900 series. The 1100 series are from the A2 but there is no real proof they are any better, just
Richard Faunce
Nov 17
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8487

Differential Update

For some reason Yahoo groups keeps dropping my messages, hopefully this one makes it. I have replaced that differential with the other rebuilt one I have and
aircav@bellsouth.net
Nov 16
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8486

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

Ok I appreciate the input from everyone so here is an up date and a couple of questions. I swapped diffs and the sound ceased. I know that mutts diffs make
aircav@bellsouth.net
Nov 16
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8485

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

Never thought about that. From: 'Richard Faunce' rickf1985@... [muttmotorpool] Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2017 2:33 PM To:
Stu
Nov 14
#8485
 
8484

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

The older I get the quieter mine gets, wait, maybe that is because my hearing is going bad? From: muttmotorpool@yahoogroups.com
Richard Faunce
Nov 14
#8484
 
8483

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

I have 1100’s on my A1 for years. Mine are much less loud than many othees. I have rubber I put under the mounts, ad a little STP in it. Mine has been
Stu
Nov 14
#8483
 
8482

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

When you have 18-19 yr olds driving these mutts who cares about noise, while in Korea, 1st cav, 19yrs old I can attest to the fact that they will not stand up
Bob Goble
Nov 14
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8481

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

In addition to what Jeff said, when you add rubber you also add movement and then you rsik damaging the mounting points that the differential is mounted to.
Richard Faunce
Nov 14
#8481
 
8480

Re: Differential howl and noise.....

I see Ken has paid attention in the past!!!! Long and the short, these are NOT modern cars, They are Tactical Military Vehicles and can and do have some quirks
Jeff Hain-Matson
Nov 14
#8480
 
8479

Re: Differentials

As an FYI, IF you truly want to isolate the rear mounting, you need to isolate the mounting bolt as well (Rubber above and below the nut and bolt head, plus
Jeff Hain-Matson
Nov 14
#8479
 
8478

Differential howl and noise.....

There are THREE things to bear in mind, - the differentials are all prone to noise. That's just how they are. Years ago, I took my mutt to the US Army depot
muttguruataolcom
Nov 14
#8478
 
8477

Re: Differentials

The problem stems from the fact that the differentials bolt directly to the unitized body with out any kind of insulator. I have cut rubber from the tread of
klassikars
Nov 14
#8477
 
8476

Re: Differentials

I had to reseal a diff. on my m151 earlier this year using the chrome sleeves and matching seals. I reloaded the bearings and that helped me with a noise
david privett
Nov 14
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