Question about 1985 Toyota 4Runner
Most likely the outputbearing on the output shafton the transfer case(rear) that is where i would look first.then iwould check the rear tail shaft spine for movement if in doubt here pump it full of grease with your greasegun and take it for a drive see if is marginally better
also you can see if there is any movement in the unijoints i very much doubt if it would be shocks--try transfer case bearing first...
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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