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The front wheels dont spin in four wheel drive and a loud clunk was heard when it gave out thinking it was the ring and pinion gears but i dont know the size of the gear ratio i had 33x12.50x15 tires on it

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You may be right because I don't believe GM uses cb joints .on it 4wheel drive .

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