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Hi. So I need some help with a Clayton 4 link rear. Are the upper arms for pinion/side to side and the lowers are for wheel base and thrust? Been having some vides that I've been fighting to get rid of. Thanks
 

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Have you taken a magnetic angle gauge to the pinion and TC yokes to make sure everything is adjusted for the correct angles for your set-up?
If the angles are good, you may have an unbalanced driveshaft or damaged yoke/u-joints so you may need to take your DS to a DS shop to see if they can balance.
 

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As Ken mentioned be sure you have a good pinion angle - the drive shaft is inline with the pinion yolk. Are you using a double cardian driveshaft?
 

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Yes. I have pics. But it will not let me upload. Front ds 13.62 front pinion 4.97
Rear ds 21.26 rear pinion 23.12
 

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Point your rear diff pinion to to T/C flange then adjust down 1-2*
Front point pinion same way but you have to adjust down till you have enough Castor..min 4* as a start may need more but then screws up the DS angle. That's why some will cut and turn the "C's"

All based on having CV's
 
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