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How to check rear diff when turning outside rear tire feels like going over rumble strips but not all the time checked tires and rotated maybe wheel bearing? truck has limited slip rear

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Sound like your limited slip clutch in the differental is worn, normally you shouldn't be able without alot of force to turn one of the tires.... inspect the clutches or replace the fluid and retest....simple way to check the rear bearings is to remove the axle and spin the wheel and listen....GL

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