Sounds like you are running 4x4 on the road. Do not if you are. Did you check the splines in the output shaft from the overdrive and input on the transfer. Mine recently stripped and left me stranded.
No it was doing it in soft dirt, soft enough to spin some in 2wd. I disconnected the shifter and reconnected it and it seems to not be doing it anymore...Sounds like you are running 4x4 on the road. Do not if you are. Did you check the splines in the output shaft from the overdrive and input on the transfer. Mine recently stripped and left me stranded.
Would've checked there first if they weren't changed about 20,000 miles ago.If you get it again check your u-joints.
They are. I'm not sure what the difference is but its not doing it even in harder pack dirt anymore. I'm not gonna worry about it. I rarely use 4wd other than if its really slick I'll pop it in to get rolling. I also swapped my snows on which are stock sized which should help.If you are in high range the transfer lands on the indent and will be in or out and you can feel the difference in the shifter regardless of shifter stick location. Only low range could be not quite in to jump out if you have the linkage if you can not quite shove it far enough forward. If you do not have to shove it too far in either direction you linkage is probably. What gear it is in and keeping it there is all in the indents in the plate rotating inside the transfer. The shift lever just moves it, it does not tell it where to stop. Start looking for play from one end to the other. I just stripped the shaft splines between the OD and transfer. Can you test it in real mud or snow, Turning on hard dirt can bind almost as bad as pavement, especially with big tires. Make sue the transfer to OD mount nuts are tight.