Hi all, hoping someone can give me some advice or pointers.. I have a 1998 MK2 Renault Master T35 2.8 DTI van, with around 130k on the clock, since I have had the van I have driven to the south of France a few times and it hasn't missed a beat... however it's always juddered, banged and kangarood, terribly when reversing .. and recently seems to have become much worse requiring me to up the revs and slip the clutch to get it to move .. this seems worse when teversing at low speed... if I dump the clutch and reverse at high speed the issue seems to not be so obvious.. going forward in 1st, 2nd gear seems fine (although occasionally pops out of 1st gear .. however this seems to have cured itself since I bench blead the clutch hydraulic system) I have read that the gearboxes on these things are prone to issues and just wondered if this is a common issue with these or anyone had any opinions on if the reverse issue is more likely to be the gearbox or clutch .. ?... the other thing I have noticed is that I THINK that the top engine mounts could be worn as if I grab the engine with one hand and shake it there isn't any clunking but I can move the engine around a bout a centimeter in all directions .. I'm no mechanic but would expect that this amount of movenment by hand isn't normal.. I was wondering if the engine mounts might be causing an issue with alignment in the drive train and possibly causing the juddering ... again just speculation as I'm a DIY'er... any ifo would be great as I'd love to keep this old van alive as its in great shape .. but fear a clutch / gearbox change rebuild might be an uneconomical repair ? Thank you for reading this far!