This is typically true, but also the CVs can be goign bad without there being a hole or tear. If there is one its a damn good sign you have a problem though.captainchaos said:get under your truck and check out your cv boots, if you see grease all around them or any holes or cuts in the boots, chances are that your shafts are bad because they got contaminated by the hole in the boot.....at least thats what they are tellin us at school in the phase i'm in right now
newjersey said:is it just while its in 4wheel drive cause mine does that in 4wd because when you turn sharply there is nothing to keep the wheels rotating same distances
that what you are talking about?
did you never fix the problem? My pop only comes when its been wet or after i have been wheeling, after a while it dries off and doesn't pop, its a wierd ass problem.SouthernZ71 said:I had the same problem but it was the Superlift subframe binding....