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Old 02-12-2011, 12:53 AM   #1
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Any ideas are greatly appreciated guys, I would like to get this fixed quickly. Maybe it's time for those 4.88's and ARB's?
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Old 02-15-2011, 07:07 PM   #2
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you have any updates? I read the entire national thread.

After everything already done I think the cost of gear oil would be worth taking out the third member to check it.

Since Marks Lockrite went out down in Tennessee and now yours maybe acting up, I don't think the newer gen tacos like the lockrites. But that is just my unedumicated guess until proven right.
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I pulled it and had a guy look, sure enough it was a internal bearing. I'm using that as an excuse to get 4.88's and ARB's

Hopefully I get the parts in next week, and can get them installed. I've got a line on an allpro hybrid front bumper with lights, and hopefully have all my stuff installed by harlan spring fling.
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Just make sure that you get the ARB installed by someone that knows what they are doing b/c "partially" working air seals and ARB are two things that do not go together well AT ALL.
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.....I don't think the newer gen tacos like the lockrites. But that is just my unedumicated guess until proven right..........


so you dont think it has ANYTHING to do with the presence of Mark being in the driver seat with his foot hovering over the gas pedal?
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Old 02-16-2011, 10:15 AM   #6
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so you dont think it has ANYTHING to do with the presence of Mark being in the driver seat with his foot hovering over the gas pedal?
eh...so I like the skinny pedal...sue me!
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eh...so I like the skinny pedal...sue me!
nothing wrong with that mark!
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it DOES make things exciting...thats for sure
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you have any updates? I read the entire national thread.

After everything already done I think the cost of gear oil would be worth taking out the third member to check it.

Since Marks Lockrite went out down in Tennessee and now yours maybe acting up, I don't think the newer gen tacos like the lockrites. But that is just my unedumicated guess until proven right.
For whatever it is worth the rear diff in my truck is out of an 08 or 09 and it ate a lockrite in under a year as well....you may be onto something
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