Don't run them if they are tight. They will over heat and self destruct. With the DS yoke on a hard surface like a vice, anvil, even a brick, strike the DS ears with a hammer. Spin it 180*, and strike the other side. Don't use a sledge, just a regular hammer with a sharp blow.
Besure you do not hit the u joint, or have the joint in contact with any thing. Try turning the joint after each hit and you will feel everything loosen up. Repeat until it is smooth, using lighter taps of the hammer as it loosens up.
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If it has tracks, tires or tits, its gonna cause a problem.
"Everytime someone "upgrades" a D35, an angel looses its wings."
"Dizzy" - What SnoopDog would call a Distributor if he was a mechanic. I cringe every time I hear this moronic term
Originally Posted by Warren Zevon
Send lawyers, guns and money. The **** has hit the fan...
92, 4.0, AW4, 8.8, D30, 15x10, 37's, SOA etc, etc
92, 2.5, 30, 8.8, 4.88, Locked, Winch, 15x8, 35's, 3.5" (RIP)