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What is this part called!!??? (It's not a transfer case mount)

I have a clunk upon acceleration from a stop or when accelerating after coasting and think I found the culprit, but I can't find the part number for the life of me. I would call it a transfer case mount/support. When looking at the TC from the rear, it's on the right side and is made of rubber. Bonus points if you provide a part number! Here's a pic:
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Transfer Case Dynamic Damper. P/N 33183-35050.

I always use japan-parts.eu if I need to look up part numbers. They have pictures and diagrams of everything so it's easy to navigate.
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I have a clunk upon acceleration from a stop or when accelerating after coasting and think I found the culprit, but I can't find the part number for the life of me. I would call it a transfer case mount/support. When looking at the TC from the rear, it's on the right side and is made of rubber. Bonus points if you provide a part number! Here's a pic:
Transfer case vibration dampener. I doubt it's the source of your clunk, but you can remove it and test drive to see if that was your clunk.
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I think the correct term might be thingamagigger but I could be wrong. It might be a doomaflache or a chingadera.
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I would remove it and see if it fixes your issue, lots of people remove them and report no negative side effects
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It helps with vibrations. There's also one downstream on your exhaust if it's still stock.

No ill affects if you remove it, just might be a little more noise or vibrations when driving.
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Transfer Case Dynamic Damper. P/N 33183-35050.

I always use japan-parts.eu if I need to look up part numbers. They have pictures and diagrams of everything so it's easy to navigate.
Awesome! Thanks y'all!
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Holy shit! That thing is $400!!!!
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Holy shit! That thing is $400!!!!
OP,

I seriously doubt this part is causing your "clunk" issue, but if you want to get a replacement anyway, scour any pick-and-pull with a 4WD 4Runner and get it from there.
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I seriously doubt this part is causing your "clunk" issue, but if you want to get a replacement anyway, scour any pick-and-pull with a 4WD 4Runner and get it from there.
Yeah, you're probably right. I'll spend the money on a proper diagnosis and go from there.
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how are your U joints? they can cause the issues you are describing
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U-joints, driveline slip joint, 3rd member, upper or lower track bars, shocks, engine mounts, ect....

Lots of stuff could cause such a clunk.
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I have a clunk upon acceleration..
Why not just Tighten the bolts holding it down?

It doesn't 'clunk' it rattles very nicely when loose, ask me how I know...
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Why not just Tighten the bolts holding it down?

It doesn't 'clunk' it rattles very nicely when loose, ask me how I know...
agree with above...every spring...and every fall....when I do a shake down service and prep for the next season and conditions....I crawl through everything and check to see if tight....
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Transfer Case Dynamic Damper. P/N 33183-35050.

I always use japan-parts.eu if I need to look up part numbers. They have pictures and diagrams of everything so it's easy to navigate.
yep...good site and more accurate with a vin,
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