I found setting up diffs to be pretty straight forward.
But nothing wrong with using pro mechanics that’s for sure.
So easy to check, yet 4 pages of chat and no one can get HAAANK to start with easiest and the most likely .Have you popped drive flanges off yet? You could just take the dust cap things off and see what the axle stub does when in drive 4hi
LOL Yeah I know….but in my defense my shop floor (aka driveway) is covered in an inch of ice and 12” inches of snow ( 9” in the past 24hours) and with windchill it was in the low teens today. This guy couldn’t locate the motivation to get on with things esp with his Rams on.So easy to check, yet 4 pages of chat and no one can get HAAANK to start with easiest and the most likely .
Start with the easy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
FixtNo need to freak tho, IF it is the front diff you need a R&P and bearings, and now you have the perfect excuse to justify ARB LOCKER to the missus, "it's essential for safety in energetic situations honey". Not super cheap but not the end of the world. Toyota diffs are some of the easiest to rebuild and slap back into action.