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And here I've gotten to wheel mine already.
No problems, zero body flex noises, worked great (as far as I was willing to test it). :)
So which weekend in June are we gonna get together and complete these things so you can all get back to wheeling?
I agree the flyer on windshield thing is no good.
However many other forums have Pimp cards, though I can't say I'd ever hand one out. Out of all the people that come up to me to talk about my truck through the years, none of them have had an explorer and not already been a part of this site...
Yes. Once he got stuck in his predicament without the 4th wheel pulling, the ARB compressor cycled on and never turned off, and you could hear the pressure bubbling inside the diffs and blowing out diff fluid.
If the noise appears somewhere between power and coast then it is a bearing somewhere. (Those are the symptoms I had for both pinion bearing and axle bearing problems) And if you can move the output flange/yoke of the t-case I would definitely start there. Make sure the flange/yoke nut is tight.