Originally Posted by kirklandkie
I always thought the reason you shouldn't do 4x4 on pavement had to do with the front differential being totally locked (not opened) and thus the geometry in a turn would make the ties "chirp" and put stress on the internal components of the 4x4 system. Is this not the case?
On these trucks, the front isn't locked by any means. Its just a conventional differential. The hopping is from "push/pull" action of the front and back fighting each other when you try to steer
2003 Supercab FX4 5.4/4R70W- 33" Cooper ST Maxx, K&N+Gotts mod, 2.5" true dual cherrybomb extreme, MPT tuned SCT 3015, Troyer stacked plate/fan-assisted trans cooler, ProComp 1.5" AAL's, leveled, tinted, pioneer hu, RF Mono, 12" kicker, husky toolbox, Westin nerf bars