Originally Posted by sgalka91
the only reason i had it on on dry pavement is because i was wheeling it this weekend and i wanted to make sure everything still worked right. I'm kinda new to 4x4 so when i heard that noise when i tried to turn it kinda freaked me out.
Yeah, a stragiht line is no problem, but when you turn in 4wd the front and rear want to turn different sized circles, so something has to give. In mud/snow that's fine, the tires can slip and slide....dry ground however, something will stress, bind,a nd eventually break. NEVER turn (especially hard) when in 4wd and on a grippy surface.