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what kind of tq arm is this?

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    what kind of tq arm is this?

    Was on car when I bought it
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    Nobody knows what tq arm this is?

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    I know it is an aftermarket adjustable unit. Also, your pinion seal is leaking. Check your rear fluid level this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2002ssslp View Post
    I know it is an aftermarket adjustable unit. Also, your pinion seal is leaking. Check your rear fluid level this weekend.
    will do!!!! thank you i will next time i get out to start the car she is currently in storage!!

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    I don't recognize it.

    And, FWIW, a leaky pinion seal was a factory installed option on our cars.

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    That torque arm looks very similar to a Global West Trac Link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knight View Post
    That torque arm looks very similar to a Global West Trac Link.


    would you stay with it or go dif route, i gotta run though and check everything right now shes got lotta clunking going on under normal driving, not hard acceleration, so idk

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    Start by checking your transmission and torque arm mounts, then inspect your suspension bolts to ensure that everything is tight. If that all looks good, take a peek at your sway bar end links.

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    i will do that thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by devildogws6 View Post
    would you stay with it or go dif route, i gotta run though and check everything right now shes got lotta clunking going on under normal driving, not hard acceleration, so idk

    I run the Trac Link on my car, and am happy with it. Just do as Jeff suggested, and you should be good.
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    It is not a BMR unit that's for sure.

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    Is that a frame mounted torque arm or a tranny mounted torque arm? Most all frame mounted ones make some clunking. Of it's frame mounted and it bothers you, get a tranny mounted one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Is that a frame mounted torque arm or a tranny mounted torque arm? Most all frame mounted ones make some clunking. Of it's frame mounted and it bothers you, get a tranny mounted one.
    It looks like it's bolted to the tunnel on the top side.

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