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Howdy all. I have a 2008 Ranger XP i bought used last day in October of 2009. After I got it I have drained every fluid, replaced oil filter, air filter and put on new epi belt. It has always made a clunking noise from the rear-end when I change directions, unless I ease on the throttle so gently to take up the slack as nott o hear it hit. A person who has had rangers, razors, rhinos, etc... said it was normal and they, Rangers, all made this noise. Is this the case? How much revolution should I have on the drive shaft back in forth while in neutral? I just want to make sure and not get stuck in the wild. After I am moving it does not make any noise I can hear and runs great. Thanks!