Should front drive shaft have play?

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  • Zulkarnain Mohd Saleh
    Jerry Bransford said: Considerable driveshaft rotational play is normal due to the required amount of backlash between the axle's ring and pinion gears. Of course it's impossible to know if your play is abnormal without actually seeing it. It's probably ok.13 abr 2016
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