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Rear End Question

I have a 02 Ranger 75000 miles. When I turn right or left it kind of feels like the rear tires are kinds of jerking or not turning as they should be, it's kind of hard to describe. I had the fluid changed and additive. It is still doing the same thing. I did notice that it seems to be noticeable after driving for a while. Does any one have any ideas/ suggestions as to what it might be? Thanks for any help..
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Hey from a fellow Illinoisan..



Mine does that when it's in 4x4 on wet pavement. As for yours, I have no idea..




GB :)
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I have know idea either, and I guess know one else does either..
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sounds like you have a lunchbox locker in there, lol.

Did you check your bearings, maybe breaks too?
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