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im having a problem just recently i was driving down the road and
coming to a stop sign and when im nearly stoped my truck feels like it
starts grinding underneath then jerks and stops is this my transfer
case? my brakes work fine and it does not jerk in reverse.

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"liftoperator" wrote:
>im having a problem just recently i was driving down the road and
>coming to a stop sign and when im nearly stoped my truck feels like

it
>starts grinding underneath then jerks and stops is this my transfer
>case? my brakes work fine and it does not jerk in reverse.


Brakes, check the rear ones first. They work a bit different in
reverse with drum brake thrust wise so they could sound different.
 
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Yes; your transfer case would sound like that if it's trying to go into 4wd
and can't because the front driveshaft is stopped. When you slow down to a
slow enough speed, it'll pop into 4WD with a clunk. Before that it grinds.
At speed you can't hear it at all. At least mine would do that, if I shifted
into 4WD at speed, and the hubs locked out. It's a manual, Borg Warner
T-1356.

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> im having a problem just recently i was driving down the road and
> coming to a stop sign and when im nearly stoped my truck feels like it
> starts grinding underneath then jerks and stops is this my transfer
> case? my brakes work fine and it does not jerk in reverse.
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trying to take lockout hubs off to check bearings. there are 6 allen screws that hold outer ring on. they act like they are frozen on ? the screws are rounding off and I did not know if I will have to drill them out?
 

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They can be pretty tight, if you end up having to drill them, you should have enough to grab with vice grips once the outer ring is off. Bear in mind, new ones will run you around a hundred bucks.
 
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