Sigh, So after the repack I am getting a steadily worse clunking out of my DS birf (the one that previous grenaded and was rebuilt in feb). Before the repack it had popped once or twice on tight left turns. Up until this weekend it was starting to pop more consistently on tight left turns under full thottle. This weekend made the mistake of trying a tight turn in 4-lo on pavement. Since then, it is popping much more on left turns and some rights and seems to be getting worse. I am going to pull and replace shortly while I can still reuse some of my gaskets. Anyway, as past posts will attest there is not much left in the #6 fund these days! I have figured out a few options and would be interested to hear what people thought 1. pull it and get it rebuilt a second time locally for $75CDN (3 year warranty) or get the guy who rebuilt it the first time to rebuild for free (and face this again in 6 months?). 2. local CV shop says they can machine an ABS sensor slot into the available non abs aftermarket birfield that is $125 here. Total cost about $200 and they would warranty it for 3 years . I could then smurfield it for another $50. 3. buy the "japanese" aftermarket birf from Manafre for about $300 CDN inc shipping then get it smurfielded before installing for another $50 4. buy a used OEM birfield for $300, rebuild it for $75 (3yr warranty) and smurfield it for $50. 5. Buy a newfield for $450 CDN 6. buy OEM for $750 CDN Anyway, I don't much like any of these choices much and would wlecome comments or other options? Can anyone comment on the quality of the Manafre birf? Can you rebuild a birf twice? I am thinking my old one is better as a trail spare and I would rather just pop a new one in.