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Old 09-13-2011
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haha I have today off and the woman is working. No excuse needed lol

Just trying to decide if I want to drive an hour and 20 minutes to get them. lol
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Old 09-13-2011
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While i've got you all here......
I made an oops last night when i put the hub back on my truck, was about 1/3 of a turn off of where it needed to be, so it was trying to lock into 4x4 all day, after i fixed that i left it up in the air and started it up and let it idle and it whined like crazy, so i set the truck down and took it for a drive, it stopped whining, but the clunk is back like its trying to lock back into 4x4, but i know the hub is on right.
So is my trasnfercase starting to go? or what?
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