[DML] Rear Clunk
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[DML] Rear Clunk

I've had a rear clunk for quite some time and I'm just now getting around to doing something about it.  I am 99% sure I know what the problem is, as it matches every symptom found in this article:
http://tinyurl.com/n3cn6 <http://tinyurl.com/n3cn6> 
I have tried using a Teflon based spray lubricant as suggested (liberally) but the problem remains.  It isn't too obvious from the article where you are supposed to spray the outboard drive shaft, as most of it is hidden in the hub.  It also states that the outboard drive shaft is supposed to slide.  Is this correct?  From what I can tell there is no possible way for this part to move unless something is seriously wrong.  So what is it that is actually moving and how do I get a lubricant on it?
I just recently repacked my CV joints with new grease and boots (wow, that was a mess) to rule that out, so I know that isn't it.
Todd Nelson,
1561, Vermont
http://www.rit.edu/~tan5732 <http://www.rit.edu/~tan5732> 

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