i justbought my mini truck (91 Suzuki Carry, 4speed manual, 4wd with manual hubs lock) yesterday and right away it was driving funny (lot of revs not much speed) I checked to make sure the emergency brake wasn't on and went a little further. Then as it didn't seems to get much better I stopped again. The driver wheel was quite hot so I assume that the brake was seized. So I turned around and went back to where I bought the truck and the guy told me it was most likely the cause since it had been sitting for more than 6 months. Since I have tool and don't mind getting dirty and want to know my truck I decided to slowly crawl back home and fix it then. When I got home it was still quite warm although not nearly as hot as before. I had pumped the brakes quite a few times on the way back. So I took of that wheel quickly inspected the caliber and pads without removing them and proceed to bang on it with with a hammer to loose the calliper and it sorta worked since the wheel was now spinning more freely. So I put it back on took it for a short drive pumping the brakes again and went back home. This morning it was feeling ok although it is still a lot of revs for not much motion imo I seem to start in 2nd since 1st is a crawl and then quickly move to 3rd at around 30km and then to 4th shortly after to avoid excessive engine rpm bot for noise and safety. I still haven't pass the 70km mark with it as it seems that over 60km it is already running fast (the engine not me) and then there was a hill that I had to attack in 3rd almost all the way crawling at 35-40km and also whenever I release the throttle is slows right down even with the clutch depress although not as fast. To me it still feels like something is ol ding it back. I will put it up on jacks tomorrow and give both front brackets a good look and try to loosen the callipers if possible (it might just be a rust spot where it sat for awhile) anyway I'd like to hear what you guys think since I not familiar with these trucks and their manual locking hubs. PS: I do not hear any squeek while driving so I don't suspect the wheel bearings yet.