This was pretty much undriveable though.... As soon as 4wd kicked in the steering wheel jerked abruptly to the left and the jeep tried like hell to turn sharply to the left. Noise from the diff didn't sound right... I've ridden in rigs with lunchbox lockers before... there is something wrong.
2004 Yellow TJ Sport
(purchased stock on 6.3.06) PICTURE
4.0L Auto 35" Maxxis Bighorns D30/D44 w 4.88 Gears 2.5" OME LJ/XJ lift JKS Trackbars Brown Dog MML 1" BL Warn Engine Skid Aussie Locker (FR) / Rubi Air Locker (REAR) SYE/CV Nth Adj Control Arms Bestop Oversize Tire Carrier PSC Rocker Knockers ORO Swayloc TNT Tube Fenders
You will not be able to run 4wd like that on dry pavement. It will definately buck, jump, crack, pop and pull all over the place! It espescially wont turn while in 4wd on the pavement!
88 Wrangler, Rebuilt I6, NV3550,Atlas 2,B&M Shifter,38/38 Weber, Skyjacker Lift & Nitro Shocks & Stabilizer, Black Diamond Discos, 35 " Regul MT's & Outlaw 2 Alum Wheels, 4.88 Gears, Dana 35 & Super 35 kit & Detroit Soft Locker, Dana 30 & Superior Axles & Detroit Soft Locker & No Disco, SRC Front & Rear Bumpers, SRC Side Armor, Warn XD 9000 I Winch & In Cab Controls, OR Fab Tire & Can Carrier, Rock Hard 4x4 Full Cage, Hood Rack & Hi Lift & AX, Outland Seats, KC & Silverstar.
Mine did this too and it's normal. Any kind of pavement sucks in it. Sometimes if it is really dry off road it will still try to pop and pull in different directions. Just the normal quirkyness of an autolocker. Mine doesn't seem to do it as much now that I've used it a few times.
35" MTR Kevlars
TNT Phantom Fenders
PSC full corners w/ 3" flares
HP30 and 8.8 w/ lockers