Looking back to when I first had gotten the car and started working on it, I really have started to notice just how many problems it had, I didn't post every issue on here, there were a lot I haven't brought up, mainly because they were pointless to post on here as nobody cares about changing out a caliper for a new one that's exactly the same.
This was my last issue I had for a while, and one that scared the living crap out of me at first, but in the end led to something interesting. The car developed a loud clunking noise coming from the rear when under load, but it was quiet when off the throttle. Oh boy, please don't tell me my diff is going out! Looked under the car and well, everything looked fine. The axles were solid and in tact, drive shaft looked fine, nothing banged up anywhere, sooo I guess it must be the diff. So I pulled it out of the car to check everything over.
Determined to do this I set sail for Car Country in Newton where I found a wonder treasure. Patherfinders all over the place! Only they were buried behind other cars and I couldn't get to them, after spending an hour or more looking around the place I stumbled across one where I had some access to it. The place was closing in 30 min so I had to head back out the next day.
Woke up that morning ready to get some work done, had already packed the tools up, and knew where the car was at. That's when I heard it, there was a noise on the windows. Rain. Screw it, this wasn't going to stop me. Headed on out to the junk yard to get some work done.
Got out to the junk yard where the workers simply lifted the front of the car up with a tractor and set it down on some wheels that were stacked up...holly janky ghetto stands...I risked my damn life going under that car.
After getting everything back together I threw her back into the car, tossed in a new axle and went out for a test drive. This gear made one hell of a difference! You really notice it on the highway too.