>>If your clunk is indeed real bad splines go ahead and drive on them if
>>you can not replace them right away. Afterall what can you hurt that is
>>not already worn out and ready for the recyclers.
>A bad spline hub could beat up on a good wheel spline. Wheels are more
>spendy than hubs.
Since they wear together they tend to wear together. I guess I just tend
to replace wheels & splines all at once.
>Also, if the problem progresses, the wheel could come adrift at speed. Not
Seems to me that what would happen first is that the wheel will spin on
the hub. That just means you get towed home. A knockoff wheel should
only come adrift if the knockoff comes off.
But he still needs to deturmine if his real problem is a 'U' joint or
worn diff assy.
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