See my profile, I will name all I can think of mechanically, remember other people could have made mistakes!
Bearings installed in wrong places
Bearing is not properly placed, in slot, on rod and or cap (will not seat in, held up by bearing "tab"---not in slot, torque is trying to cram it somewhere)
You mixed the caps up, they are usually marked, and only work with their mate!
You have rotated the caps (or a cap) 180 degrees, even though they are with their mate, they are not mated correctly.
Foreign material, under bearing
All I can come up with, on the spot,
Let me know what has happened
If you muffed your bearings at all, replace them now, while it is opened up! Cheating will have you in there again, maybe with worse problems!
Saw no one had give you an answer, I try, sorry I didn't see you sooner, I usually answer Real Jeep stuff.(5s and 7s)
I hope its a simple fix!
Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 AT 11:18 PM