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Only right hand side wheel spins when in 4WD on the front diff on my 1997 80 series landcruiser

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I believe this is normal as when wheel leaves ground all power goes to the wheel that is not touching ground as when in 4wd not all four wheel turn unless you have frunt and rear air lockers if this is not the case then try 4wd hub probaly not locking in good luck

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