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Old November 21st, 2010, 05:19 PM
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dose anyone know what might be causing my 4x4 to lock when i turn more than 60*. it dose it so bad that the rear wheels drag and it even kills the motor should I get the 4x4 transmission drained or is it something in the transfer case.
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What axle is it? D44 and its TTB correct?

just quick guess would be that the joint at the knuckle would be binding possibly even hitting the knuckle.

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IFS TTB front axle.

My guess is something with the front axles. What kind of hubs do you have, manual or auto locking?




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thanks klitch i jacked up my truck took the wheel off and put the 4x4 in N and spun the drive shaft and just like you thought the joints hit not allowing it to rotate. do I need to replace my axle with an inline one or replace the u joints , but why would the rear wheel opposite of the way i am turning drag.
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I believe you need to pull the whole shaft out through the knuckle, both sides and replace just the joints. Given the shafts look good, no groove cut from seals, good spline condition. This will be straight forward maintenance on the truck, no fabrication just replace parts.

I'm confused by the comment about the rear, are you saying on a right turn in 4x4, the left rear tire binds and drags? Only in 4x4?

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ya like there is something making the pasa-track do the opposite of what it is suppose to.
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I'd repair the front joints first before getting excited over the rear, though its possible the rear could need new internals such as spiders.

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Do you know if both rear wheels spin when you burn out? Chances are only one rear wheel has the power in your truck. I don't think many trucks 92 - 96 came with any LS/trac-lock units, I believe most 92 - 96 8.8's have open carriers. Mine does and I think so does ASwaffs.




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as far as i know , because when i look at the ground there is a mark from each rear tire but I'll check tomorrow and get back to you
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I honestly think if the front joints are bad, allowing them to hit knuckles and bind. You will see the rear stop spinning as well. If you bind both front shafts, the rear will feel it as well via t-case.

Remedy bad joints up front, then verify if the rear continues to have symptoms.

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