Hey all, I have a question regarding my 2004 Rubicon rear Dana 44. I was returning home from a great week of wheeling at EJS, and about 170 miles from home my rear ring and pinion started to make a minor noise when I'd decelerate. I couldn't tell where if was coming from at the time, and since I had an earlier issue with my front brakes, I continued home. About 70 miles from home, we hit traffic and the noise was followed up by vibrations and the rear end "dragging" as I slowed down. When we'd come to a complete stop, it seemed to be holding, almost like the parking brake was slightly on. I pulled over and saw that diff fluid was coming from the pinion seal, so I called a tow truck and had it towed home, and haven't had a free moment to check it out. I'd concluded that I'd run all the fluid out of it, and I'd look it over. This morning, I decided to add fluid in and see if that improved the rear end, but when I opened the drain plug, fluid poured out, so now I'm concerned. Before I tear it all down, anyone have any experience/idea as to what's happening? Any tips to offer?