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Ok so ive seen a few videos on youtube of our rigs doing priddy cool burnouts! now ive also seen a few doin dynos but are running RWD so figured that those doing the burnouts are RWD....BUT i came across others where they say its stock AWD and how they hold the brake and mash the gas....is this possible?? Now i dont want to always do burnouts but once in a blue it would be nice to show off a little LOL ...is it possible to do it in AWD and if so (im guessing it is) but is it bad?? haha thanks
 

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ha ok ...now excuse my ignorance here but how would you go about doing that?? is it a tough job to do? is it worth it just for a bit of fun every now and then? and if you remove it does that mean the rig is RWD for driving use?? thanks again
 

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At least let the guy know that he may have to go to the dealer to get the SERVICE 4WD light shut off after he does this........:rolleyes:
 

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On my 07 that I used I have...I had a bran new t case put in thanks to Chrysler n about 2 weeks later if I held the break n floored the gas long enough it would burn out n no 4wd service light
 

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On my 07 that I used I have...I had a bran new t case put in thanks to Chrysler n about 2 weeks later if I held the break n floored the gas long enough it would burn out n no 4wd service light
That's b/c you had a problem with a TCase motor, not the TCase. The motor is what engages the front drive. If you have a bad motor, you can sit there and fry your back tires until they blow.
 

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At least let the guy know that he may have to go to the dealer to get the SERVICE 4WD light shut off after he does this........:rolleyes:
Okay.....

OP, you'll probably have to go to the dealership to have your SERVICE 4WD SYSTEM light warning turned off if you do waht you want to do.:D
 

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haha well if the warning is still there but there is no problem..i couldnt really care :p ...i took it out anyway haha and did a quick burnout, except only one wheel was spinning! i had esp off, auto , held the brake and floored....then tried it in 2nd still only one wheel spinning!! haha but a lot of smoke LOL
 

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You'll always get one wheel spinning. We have open diffs not a LSD or posi.
 

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hmmm i see...so both will never spin then! guess ive never really looked out for it in the videos but spose you cant really see both sides! anyway to get both to spin?
 

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curious tho in this video looks like both are spinning???
 

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It doesn't always happen. I guess your rear end is more worn out than his. Typically you get a right rear spinning and a left front spinning.
 
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