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Unread 06-17-2012, 02:53 AM   #1
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Drive Shaft Question

Hi, I've done minor repairs on my 91 wrangler, but tonight my rear drive shaft broke loose, tore up my muffler and all.

I'm posting a picture of it here:

Maybe someone can tell me what I'm looking at, so I can determine whether or not I want to take on this job myself. I've read that I can remove the DS and drive it in 4WD on the front - at least to the mechanic. I paid $120 to get it towed home. It'd be nice if I could do that and not have to to get it towed again. I tried pulling on the transfer case end, but it didn't slide out like I read in another thread. I'm a little confused and would really appreciate some advice.


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