I could get it into 4wd low, rolling slowly and shifting into low, but it was just 2wd low. I thought initially that meant there was something wrong with the front axle but upon further review, found out that is fine. Gotta be t-case, right?
As far as adjusting the linkage, I have a guy doing some welding stuff on that - he said the previous owner didn't have the length quite right and it needed another inch or so welded on. Before he did that, we did the 2wd low thing. The 4wd indicator light never came on when shifting to 4wd high or low. Does that indicate anything in particular being wrong with it??
I did stop and try to reach underneath and switch it while it was stopped recently after looking into the front axle, and I was able to get it to get into neutral. I couldn't engage 4l then, but I'd imagine that's just because it wasn't moving anywhere.
I've only had it for a half year now and really now getting to know it, but I've never felt "crow hop" that you'd be able to feel when the 4wd works. Initally I thought maybe you don't get that with this much lift and 35's...like I siad, I'm a newbie and still learning no doubt...lol.
Thanks for any and all help!