Mine would be if my wife knew how to drive a 5speed. It's actually OK that it did it cause it was slightly slipping between 1st and 2nd and 3rd before the water got in it. I checked a little better this morning and there's really not that much in it. I checked my axles and they both have breather tubing that runs up high so I'm pretty sure no water got in there.
That's not where water gets in the different. Water goes in the axle tubes and easily makes it past the inner axle seals because its much thinner than gear oil.
Originally Posted by Josef86
Just finished wrapping up the front of the lift. Netted me 5.25", as I'm 23.25" center of hub to uncut fender. doesn't seem right. IRO benchmark lift with a set if OEM coil insulators stacked on factory insulators. ordering iRO short arms. Keeping it within budget.
Makes sense to me...4.5" spring plus .75" spacer =5.25"
On topic...contemplated from long arms and triangulated 8.8
V8 zj at 6" . Double tri rear and true 3 link front. Stretched to 108"
I'm on the road with only my phone. So a big thanks for sharing that link. Takes forever doing thread searches on phone. Glad to hear its doable. I have told I couldn't, but of course they make their $ by rebuilding DS.
Touched up the cuts from Friday. still trying to figure out the rears.
1996 ZJ- 4.0, [COLOR="Purple"]AX-15 5SPD/NP242[/COLOR], RE 4.5" lift, 36x12.50x16.5 Goodyear military surplus tires, Longarms/Tri-4 link/one ton axle build/swap in progress, arb bumper, a bunch of other goodies
1995 XJ- 4.0 HO, ax-15(stolen for swap), stock
2001 GMC Sonoma-RIP...
2002 GMC Sierra 1500 ECSB-roadtrip/long haul vehicle
[CENTER][COLOR="Blue"]RIP Troy (bigbluezj94) you wont be forgotten[/COLOR]
[COLOR="Purple"]December 2010 GCOTM[/COLOR]
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[QUOTE=bddisi;6376248]Glad you are ok. If you were a cat, you would be down to 8.:D[/QUOTE]