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02-21-2013, 09:28 PM #11
After thinking about It I'd like tj take the last half of my statement back haha. So the only way to get the bind is by having the transfer case engaged right?
02-22-2013, 08:25 PM #12
You will get a bind if the t-case clutches are engaged on a dry/hard surface. However, it could be coming from other places.
If the truck has a locking/posi rear end and the clutches/locking pawl are engaged, the rear end will bind (crow hop) on a turn; but, the binding won't be as noticeable. The front diff could have some broken pieces, causing binding, but switching into, and out of, 4WD should not change it.
From the description, I'm thinking t-case clutches. Some times, a fluid change will cure it.Ray
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