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problem with 4low

i recently took my 07 fx4 on an old washed out ATV trail that was just large enough for my truck. The 4wheel drive low was making a lot of poping noises when ever the front end was flexing. i thought the truck came stock with front and rear lockers but i may be rong. its never sounded like it was in that much pain before, than again it was a fairly extreme trail for a truck with only 31s. any advice would be great.
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your truck doesnt have front and rear lockers. it has an open front dif and a limited slip in the rear. it might have just been the front suspension working but someone else will be able to tell you
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