Re: QD II diff bearings bad again
Update, found a shop that specializes in Jeeps, modifies them, (lift kits, custom lockers, etc..) and will also install your parts. They did a thorough check on the rack after the mechanic rode in the back seat while I drove. They said the dealer is wrong, the diff is fine and the problem scraping with the right rear brake rotor. Plenty of pad left so they resurfaced both rear rotors for $50 while I waited, and the problem is solved. yay ! The Jeep 5 star Dealer went through it, after leaving it with them for a day, and estimated $900 to replace one diff carrier bearing, needing 3-4 days to do it. Moral of the story, always get a 2nd opinion, and never use a dealer after the warranty expires.
2006 GC Overland QD II
5.7 Hemi, Modern Muscle 85 mm CNC ported TB, Apexi super voltage stabilizer, Billet Tech. Catch Can, Koni FSD shocks/struts, SRT8 sway bars, Cooper Discoverer SRX 255/65/17, Amsoil fluids, Diablosport Intune CMR tuned by Hemifever tuning.