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transfer dramers

first time user i was wondering if anyone else has had any dramers with transfer cases dying. This is my second time whilst in 2weel drive it has blown up whilst cornering it isa 06 2009 model the first time was at 24000 the second one 2day is at 30000
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What is a dramer? In English please?

I have never had in issue, have owned several ranger based vehicles with the same transfer case. What is the problem with it?
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Google shows no such word as 'dramer'
Could this be some European slang term ?
And where is qld ? Queensland ?
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I think dramers is slang for 'issues' or 'drama'
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AND, what is a "06 2009 model"???
Is it a 2006 or a 2009?

I've never heard of the transfer case giving problems while in 2WD. Now, if you're driving around in 4WD on hard pavement, that's a different story. That's asking for trouble.
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