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post #1 of 23 Old 09-07-2010, 05:32 AM Thread Starter
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click pop click pop????

put in a d30 that had tj shafts and an aussie locker in it when i acclerate it pulls hard left and when i turn right it makes a click pop noise like binding or something never driven with a locker so not sure it this is common but it doesnt seem right.

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does anyone know what it could be or why its happeneing
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Its either a u joint of the locker. You gotta pull the cover to check it.


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put in a d30 that had tj shafts and an aussie locker in it when i acclerate it pulls hard left and when i turn right it makes a click pop noise like binding or something never driven with a locker so not sure it this is common but it doesnt seem right.
Tolerances on the Aussie could be off. I agree on checking the u-joints.

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When I installed my TJ shafts I also had to swap out the rotors, the YJ rotors were rubbing the ears of the axle. The TJ rotors give me the right clearance, theres only like a 1/8 difference between the two. Its something to do with the difference in bearing..
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ok i looked inside it and the locker looks to be ok no chips or anything like that. Which u-joint are yall talking about the axle u-joints? Also just for the record i took the front drive shaft off and everything is fine so i assume it is in the axle somewhere because from my understanding the locker doesnt really do anything unless the drive shaft is applying tourqe to it .........
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This may be a stupid question but, is it pulling only on hard surfaces or is it pulling on dirt also?
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um not a stupid question im not sure ,i just know after i putthe axle in i went to take a test drive and it was pulling hard left when i hit the gas and when i took slow right turns it made loud CLICK POP CLICK POP almost like if you had a bas cv joint in a car...........but when i take the driveshaft off and drive around i doesnt do that i have new u-joints in the driveshaft too just to clarify. i hear it shoul dmake a ratchet noise which it does when i jacked up the front end and checked it
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ok i looked inside it and the locker looks to be ok no chips or anything like that. Which u-joint are yall talking about the axle u-joints? Also just for the record i took the front drive shaft off and everything is fine so i assume it is in the axle somewhere because from my understanding the locker doesnt really do anything unless the drive shaft is applying tourqe to it .........
did you check the tolerances to the Aussie recommended specs?

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what are they and how do i check them??
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Call aussie I don't have them anymore. Both aussie and lockrights come with gap tollerance spec in the install directions

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ok i looked inside it and the locker looks to be ok no chips or anything like that. Which u-joint are yall talking about the axle u-joints? Also just for the record i took the front drive shaft off and everything is fine so i assume it is in the axle somewhere because from my understanding the locker doesnt really do anything unless the drive shaft is applying tourqe to it .........
It doesn't do it with the driveshaft in but it does with it installed in two-wheel drive??? Even in two-wheel there is no torque applied. Only torque when in four-wheel. Did I miss something?

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It doesn't do it with the driveshaft in but it does with it installed in two-wheel drive??? Even in two-wheel there is no torque applied. Only torque when in four-wheel. Did I miss something?
thats a good point i think ur right so if that is the case does this mean the transfer case is not fully disengaged. not sure how this would happen.
If there was slack in your linkage shifting from 4h to 2wd could it cause it to maybe catch or somethin??????

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I think people have encountered this issue when towing with a lunchbox up front with the driveshaft installed. I believe there's something with the 231 (yj years) that results in the front and rear not being 100% decoupled and this issue was experienced when a lunchbox was installed during flat towing. I can't remember exactly what I've read but this issue has been seen before. The fix was to replace a certain piece in the xfer case which results in the front and rear being fully disengaged. I can't for the life of me remember exactly what it was. Can someone chime in that knows what they're talking about?

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