I will check mine this afternoon, but my buddies does it too.
Well looking at the specifications for the Rhino they say it has a limited slip front diff that can also be locked. Knowing that and looking at the diagram for the front diff, it appears that this maybe normal. In the diagram Yamaha accomplishes the shift between 2 wheel, 4 wheel, and 4 wheel locked by use of a splined collar that shifts to either engage the passenger side axle to the spider gears, or connet the sipder gear and axle to the differential housing allowing for 4 wheel locked. Since they are only disconnecting one axle to achieve this when you attempted to turn the one wheel and it was met with resistance, that resistance is caused by the clutch in the limited slip differential.
2006 Rhino SE, Dynatek CDI, Loony Tuned Dual Exhaust, Funk Custom Intake, Keihin FCR, SoCal Fab Long Travel, Baja Cross Tires
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