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Ok so after getting a leveling kit installed i noticed something.. Making left hand turns were not a problem, nice and sharp.. right hand, not so much. i almost hit a car because it need so much room to make a turn. went camping, went in to town sounded like something was off balance, thats when i noticed that the whole front end minus the drivers side was still engaged, ended up dropping the front drive line in the parking lot... any ideas?
97' 3/4 ton custom exhaust, gauges, 36psi 35x,#0 plate, MANUAL fuel shut off, BHAF, 47re converted to a nv4500 w/ 450hp south bend clutch...
The outer shafts always spin, the hubs do not 'unlock' like most typical 4wd front ends. Dodges use a central axle disconnect (CAD) which disengages the passenger side inner shaft from the outer shaft, which keeps the carrier from spinning the driveshaft when your in 2wd.
2007 Laramie 3500, 4.5" RevTek, 35x12.5 ProComp MTRs, buckstop front+rear, bullydog TD, BD RFI intake, Lightforce 140s in the bumper, 240HIDs up top
1997 SLT 2500, 5.5" fabtech, 36x13.5 IROKs, 5x12s, s300, 4kgsk, inj pump FUBAR
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