> It's said that any slack in the drive train, engine mounts, gearbox
> mount, chains/levers/clevis pins, universals, U-bolts, etc
> can cause the judders. I would like to think that I have properly
> attended to all of them...
> ...And the judder in my TD is just as bothersome as it
> always has been for 30 years.
Might I suggest that the differential might be worth a look?
"Reverse" means that the differential gears are meshing on the
opposite sides of the teeth, and MG Midgets have a unique
"reverse whine" that is a whole different note from the
"forward noise", almost loud enough to qualify as a back-up
warning indicator. :)
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