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    Popping left rear wheel or Trans

    Usually when I start mine up and make a sharp turn I get a popping sound from the left rear wheel.

    Today I had BH and front forks on moving a pallet of broke down boxes. So not much weight.

    Thoughts?


    2017 model 1025R TLB with 42hrs

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    Make sure the wheel bolts are tight would be my first stop.
    After that, or before, make sure the diff lock isnt engaged.
    There was an issue with the brakes being misadjusted causing it to not fully release after use.

    Other than those two, Ive got no other thoughts right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rbmurray210 View Post
    Usually when I start mine up and make a sharp turn I get a popping sound from the left rear wheel.

    Today I had BH and front forks on moving a pallet of broke down boxes. So not much weight.

    Thoughts?


    2017 model 1025R TLB with 42hrs
    When you press the brake pedal it also engages the diff lock, when you release the brakes make sure you move straight forward or back for a few feet and the diff lock disengages.
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    That’s makes sense it is about every time I use the parking break.

    I will check it out tomorrow (and the lugs also )
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