Originally Posted by Duckmasterlack
Thanks for the insight. I've read that if I disconnect my rear drive shaft and drive in 4 high for a little bit I could isolate the problem to the U-Joints.
As far as the transmission mounts are they the ones that bolt to the skid plate or is there something else above transmission or transfer case.
Replacing the motor mounts would I have pull the motor or could I do them one at a time with the motor in place.
1) Correct, and disconnecting the rear drive shaft is fairly simply/straight forward
2) Yes, the transmission mount is what bolts through the skid plate
3) Yes, you *can* replace the motor mounts *without* pulling the engine. The process I used was to put a jack under the oil pan and slowly jack it up. As soon as you see the engine start to lift stop, at that point the weight is off the motor mounts. From there you can remove/replace them while the engine is supported by the jack, being sure to do one side at a time.