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2009 Joyner Trooper 1100 T2 diff cable removal

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I looked at my rear differential.  It looks like I'd have to remove the differential to get access to the internal cable connection which means I'd have to just about remove all the rear axle components. Before doing that, eliminate all other possibilities such as a binding lever (I presume you did that).  Also, get under your ride to see of there's something as simple as a clamp.  It would be a poor design if I have to remove and disassemble a differential just to preplace the cable.  Maybe someone has a service manual that give a better answer than I have.

Does your 4WD lever "lock" into the 4WD position or is it soft and mushy like mine?

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Yea i have the cable disconnected on the other lever side and can move the diff end without the cable so its not seized in the diff . Just trying to get the cable free so it will work using the lever .

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Yea i have the cable disconnected on the other lever side and can move the diff end without the cable so its not seized in the diff . Just trying to get the cable free so it will work using the lever .

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I’m thinking if the locker pin is pulled into the diff enough that you can’t get the cable out, then you need to remove the diff and open it up.
Happened to me once, locker wouldn’t engage, but the problem was the locker mechanism/fork inside the differential was bent and off the locker ring. I straightened it and it’s been fine for years.
Also had some loose ring gear bolts and did the Lenny upgrade while I had it apart.
Here’s a pic of the locker fork and ring
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