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Rear end / brakes

When i put it in drive the rear bucks up lol for real le ? ans makes a screching noise. could it be i just need back brakes or the trans linkage cab

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Yes I would check the rear brakes. It is very likely that they have siezed on, and are preventing the wheels from movement.
This is also the cheapest option to fix, so investigate it fully before stripping the transmission.
Sometimes by reversing a little or a forward and back motion can free them without intervention.

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