I've got chirping coming from what sounds like the front end of the Jeep (hard to tell with the hard top on - I've been driving with the door open leaning out and trying to hear where it's coming from...super safe
It is related to speed, not RPM's, and it continues if I turn off the jeep and am going straight, so my assumption is that it's a drive shaft or something in that neighborhood. In addition to the chirping, I was driving up in deep snow last weekend and noticed that when I was in 4hi (Atlas II), there was a fluttering sound from the front end - not super loud, almost sounded like there was something wrapped around the drive shaft hitting the bottom of the Jeep. I didn't notice the sound when I was driving on dirt, so not sure if it's related to the snow, or if I just couldn't hear it on the dirt.
Any recommendations for troubleshooting & fixing? I bought the Jeep back in June - it's been wheeled hard, but has Tom Woods shafts, so I assume they would last longer. Did a couple searches on this and assume it may be the driveshaft or u-joints, but wanted your opinions.