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2004 Suzuki King Quad LTF300 4WD Clicking Noise

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Hi there everyone. Just seeing if there is advice on a problem I have before I start digging too deep. 

I recently bought this creally nice 2004 King quad ltf300 with only 2400km..

Everything things works great except when engaged into 4wd or diff lock it has a clicking noise ( sounds like broken teeth etc) are the front diffs known to blow?  Or the transfer from engine?

I am yet to test on some loose ground to see if I'm getting drive at front .

I will be driving in to find problem in next few weeks but thought I'd see if anyone might know what it is first. Cheers

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It’s most likely a cv joint on an axle.  Easy enough to replace, best way though to be sure is to make a tight turn like a U turn and see if it’s worse.   If so then definitely an axle.  

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could also be a u joint in the propeller (that is what they call the drive shaft) shaft going between the engine and front differential. 

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It must be a ltf300f. With disc brakes too. 

I didint get the chance to try it today but  I will try that tomorrow. Best to do that out of diff lock? It does sound like it's coming from strait under fuel tank . 

Cheers

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