At or near full lock would maximize the stress on both the outer CV joint of a front axle...
It would also maximize the difference in path between front and rear wheels...so if a center differential (Haldex) was locked up/stuck, then it would be most noticeable in this circumstance.
Time to put it on a lift...you've got one or the other...
2006 Corolla (kid's car - 108K, Conti Eco Contacts, Castrol Edge 5W30)
2005 MB S600 (63K, M1 0W40)
2002 V70-XC (165K, Nokian WR G2, Pennzoil Ultra 5W30)
2002 V70-T5 (143K, IPD bars, Bilsteins, Extreme Contact DWS, Mobil 1 5W40)
1992 MB 300E (Sportline - 123K, Nokian WR G2, Edge 5W40)
1990 4-Runner (V6, 4WD, mild lift - 239K, 31" BFG AT KO, Edge 10W30)
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