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imma piss off my wife and buy a 3rd. you wait and see.
How bad is your vibration? I tried replacjng the carrier bearing/guibos myself too but didnt find it helped any. The CF one piece helped but i chalk that up to it being lighter. I know id like to try a DSS 2 piece too but not at the expense of ordering one and it not helping.When I looked at mine today it was the first time I felt I wouldn't be heartbroken selling it. I quickly realized I would be heart broken once it wasn't there anymore.
Really want to figure out the vibration bullshit.
Another drive shaft to try would be nice (shouldnt have taken the original apart). Last thing I want to do is spend money verifying its balanced. Easier then pulling the trans to verify the clutch is balanced (doubtful). Only thing that makes me suspicious about the clutch is I bought the flywheel separate from the LS7 clutch kit. Both clutch and driveshaft were replaced at the same time so it's hard to determine which caused it. Motor and trans mounts replaced after with the hopes of quelling the vibes (no difference). Le sigh.
I think I might have thought I was in a different thread. :drunk:How bad is your vibration? I tried replacjng the carrier bearing/guibos myself too but didnt find it helped any. The CF one piece helped but i chalk that up to it being lighter. I know id like to try a DSS 2 piece too but not at the expense of ordering one and it not helping.
When i get to it im going to replace the subframe bushing/diff mount and see what happens
yes but mine isnt clean like some of the guys. rain/snow i drive it to work (snowed last friday and i drove in). washed it off yesterday finally thoughSo anyone here truly daily driving their car? I drive mine daily in the summer only.
Anyone have a 365 day driver? Just curious.
These cars do quite well in the snow imo. Im still on 245 all seasons and will definitely stay that way for winter driving.I daily mine. I live in the north near Chicago. The only time I don't drive it is in the summer when I sometimes drive my 2015 Camaro Z/28. I have owned my GTO since new and have driven it through about 11 winters. I had stored it and driven it very little for about 5 years but started driving it again everyday since I bought my Z/28.
I run snow tires on the back and all seasons in the front during the winter. I have a set of summer wheels and tires for warm weather. With the posi in the back and the snow tires I do quite well in the snow. The only thing I half to watch out for is snow deeper than about 5 inches. I will get stuck over 5 inches deep since the car sits so low.i will add that i am on 245s
These cars do quite well in the snow imo. Im still on 245 all seasons and will definitely stay that way for winter driving.
Wouldnt mind having a summer wheel with more tire though