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When going in reverse i hear a clunking noise from

I have a 1995 toyota land cruiser when going in reverse i hear a clunking noise from the rear axle

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There are 6 lube points on the drive shafts and u-Joints, check to see these are fully lubed. The drive line will "Klunk" when dry.

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Check ujoints

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