I’ll take a photo tonight, it may be work taking it out and inspecting it just to see how it looks.When they "break" it is usually the oil filled bushing that gives out and leaks. But, a "weird bulge" may allow for undesired movement.
I’ll keep you in mindI have dsmm and psmm with like 17k southern miles on them..
I think it’s a good thought, but like deuce said, if he has no false knock then I shouldn’t either. I’m doubtful it’s the LSD but you never know.You bring up a really good point about the snow/salt and snow tires creating traction issues.... think about the internal transmission gears loading and unloading, that has to create some pretty violent knocks as the tires are gaining/loosing traction.
I’m thinking about potential ways to test for false knock, like putting a GoPro in the engine at different locations to see if I can see it happening while I drive. Or putting grease pencil marks on parts that are close together to see if they touch at any point.
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