Both problems kind of sounds like bad u joints on the driveshafts which should be easy to climb under and check for excess play. However the shop should have done that for you. Did they give any more details about the rear diff problem?
The only thing they stated was that when the left turns are being made and the binding noise occurs in the front, that it looks like the rear wheels are locking up. I thought it was my drive line aswell, but I checked the joints for play and they seem solid. I actually put my hand on every moving shaft from the front end to the rear end and felt nothing wrong, that's why I took it to the shop. I was hoping they would catch something I missed. I was told that it could be the cv axles, but they are brand new.Both problems kind of sounds like bad u joints on the driveshafts which should be easy to climb under and check for excess play. However the shop should have done that for you. Did they give any more details about the rear diff problem?
Yeah, but first I'm going to change the cv axles one more time, incase they're defective. And I'm going to trade out the wheel bearings while I'm at it. But I just wanted to make sure I wasn't being bamboozled into rebuilding the deferential.Yeah I guess I could see that being a diff problem when turning since one wheel wants to rotate faster than the other side. Possibly side gear issue or maybe axle shaft splines. Are you going to have it rebuilt?
Haha, man I hope so. This isn't my dream truck, but I sure do enjoy it. Very simple to work on and the parts are cheap.I understand that. Maybe you can exchange out the other cv's at the parts store you bought it from before. It should ride great with basically all new suspension, axles, and bearings.