Okay, so I'm not on the trail. I just pulled into the parking lot here at work, heard a pop, a few clinks, and a rattle. I pulled into the nearest parking place and crawled under to discover that the whole bearing cap has come off one side of the rear ujoint. Of course, with my luck, I haven't put on an SYE yet, so I can't exactly pull out the drive shaft. Fortunately this happened on the strap/pinion side of the ujoint. I was thinking of getting a ride to the parts store, picking up a new ujoint, pulling one of the bearing caps off of the new one and sliding it on to the old one. This is just to get me home of course, until I get access to a vice to replace the old one all together. Does this sound feasible? I don't want to tear anything else up. Also, I just installed a 3" rough country lift a few weeks ago. Could this breakage be a result of the lift?