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Rear end binding or slop

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I wish you all happy/trouble free motoring.
I did the clutch on my 86 last summer. I donít drive the car. While moving it recently it feels like the right rear is binding. I hear a thump when the clutch engages for forward motion not rear. When I put the car on jack stands the noise and feeling is gone and the rear wheels both spin freely in and out of gear and by hand. Parking brake holds and releases.
I checked the cv joints are torqued and no unusual slope in the transmission.
I changed the clutch due to chatter in reverse which was caused by a lip worn onto the guide tube.
I did some searches which donít match my symptoms.
Could it be the transmission mount?
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it sounds like it could be the transmission mount and/or the cv joint. you can check for play in the cv joint by moving the shaft by hand. the transmission mount is tough to check as the clearance is very tight above the transmission but you might be able to squeeze a mirror up there. i suppose you could try shaking the transmission for play.
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Sounds like metal fatigue in the outer CV joint. Not hard to fix and parts are here from Pelican.
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Sorry canít recognize the photo


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the photo shows the inner race of a disassembled cv joint. you typically replace the entire joint, the part is here:
https://www.pelicanparts.com/More_Info/95133290100M60.htm?pn=951-332-901-00-M60&bt=Y&fs=0&SVSVSI=1026

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