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Unread 04-08-2012, 04:52 PM   #3631
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Got some work done on the Jeep today. Starting off with the rear shocks. Well, I found the problem. The bolt that goes through was smaller then the metal sleeve on the shock. There was not much that I could do, and with that being said, I do not thing jamming the washers in there would have helped either. Soooo, while I had the tire off, broke out the good old torque wrench and got them down to 85 foot pounds. With hopes (since the metal sleeves have teeth on each side) that torquing them down will bite into the metal sleeves and keep them in once place, the in turn keeping the bushing from moving, and the eliminating the clunk, which I think it did!

Next off I glued on my lug nuts with some super glue... Haha, rephrase, I glued the "caps" back on to the lug nuts themselves. It is just a PIA when they fall off because then a 19 mm socket is too lose. So hopefully that will solve that issue. If not, back to the junkyard for more!

Ran around today too and returned and bought a few things. Took back the wire loom stuff, also took back the scratch -x 2.0, did not work well enough for 10 bucks. Then went to lowes and bought a 5" 1/2" drive extension and a 19mm 1/2 drive socket and torqued the lugs down to 105-110 ft pounds. All in a good few hours time, minus the bashing of the fingers when a socket slips off the bolt and the wrench and your hand goes right into the disk and caliper. OUCH.

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Unread 04-08-2012, 05:11 PM   #3632
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Next off I glued on my lug nuts with some super glue... Haha, rephrase, I glued the "caps" back on to the lug nuts themselves. It is just a PIA when they fall off because then a 19 mm socket is too lose. So hopefully that will solve that issue. If not, back to the junkyard for more!
I think the super glue will not solve the issue. Once it hardens it becomes very brittle. Once you apply torque, the glue is broken. Something flexible, like a dab of RTV might be a better choice if the super glue doesn't work out. Or spring $20 for a set of the American Muscle lug nuts: http://www.americanmuscle.com/chrome...-lug-nuts.html

Quality is ok, avoid impact use on them. Firestone Tire Monkeys used an impact and the wrong size socket and chipped the chrome on mine. A year later, they are rusting. I'll buy another set though.
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Unread 04-08-2012, 05:15 PM   #3633
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I think the super glue will not solve the issue. Once it hardens it becomes very brittle. Once you apply torque, the glue is broken. Something flexible, like a dab of RTV might be a better choice if the super glue doesn't work out. Or spring $20 for a set of the American Muscle lug nuts: http://www.americanmuscle.com/chrome...-lug-nuts.html

Quality is ok, avoid impact use on them. Firestone Tire Monkeys used an impact and the wrong size socket and chipped the chrome on mine. A year later, they are rusting. I'll buy another set though.
Ehhh, you are probably right. I was just getting pissed off at how many of the caps that I was losing when going down the road. If it doesn't work, will either buy a whole new set or just snag a few from the JY like I said.

Are those American Muscle Lugs Solid? I have tons of air tools and I frequently use the impact gun and then finish them off with a torque wrench... =/
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Unread 04-08-2012, 05:25 PM   #3634
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Solid as in "burly" or solid as in "not hollow"? The answer is "somewhat" and "yes". I use my impact driver all the time on them with no issues. I'm sure the issue with the chrome was the wrong sized tool being used. After my alignment and tire rotation, they were all chipped to crap by Firestone Monkeys. I noticed right away because it came back with the tie rod and track bar jam nuts (the big 1-1/2" JKS nuts) all looser than finger tight and it was clunking badly on my way home.
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Unread 04-08-2012, 05:30 PM   #3635
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Solid as in "burly" or solid as in "not hollow"? The answer is "somewhat" and "yes". I use my impact driver all the time on them with no issues. I'm sure the issue with the chrome was the wrong sized tool being used. After my alignment and tire rotation, they were all chipped to crap by Firestone Monkeys. I noticed right away because it came back with the tie rod and track bar jam nuts (the big 1-1/2" JKS nuts) all looser than finger tight and it was clunking badly on my way home.
Sorry about that, solid as in "one-piece". So from what you said, there is no cap. Well that is a plus. Wonder if they used a 3/4 inch socket? Oh, well that is good, I will bookmark that link. Should I get blue lug nuts??? ( that was sarcasm, as it does not always transfer well through text.)
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Unread 04-08-2012, 05:34 PM   #3636
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Well I do hate to bother you all on stuff such as a whine or a noise. But I thought I would through it out there. It is a lower-pitched humming noise from the rear end. Probably rear axle.
  • Heard the most at highway speeds
  • can be heard at lower speeds as well but mostly at highway.
  • does not seem to change intestivy much with speed.
  • noise is only present under load, i.e. cruising or accelerating
  • If I let of the gas, it is goes away
  • happened to hear it AFTER I went wheeling and filmed that video
  • lower-pitched humming sound
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Unread 04-08-2012, 06:49 PM   #3637
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Sorry about that, solid as in "one-piece". So from what you said, there is no cap. Well that is a plus. Wonder if they used a 3/4 inch socket? Oh, well that is good, I will bookmark that link. Should I get blue lug nuts??? ( that was sarcasm, as it does not always transfer well through text.)
Yeah, no caps. Just one solid nut. They take a 13/16" socket. Since the OEM wrench no longer fits, I got a folding 4-way lug wrench from Le Freight du Harbuer for $8.99 and stuck it under the seat with the jack.
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  • does not seem to change intestivy much with speed.
Does it change frequency with speed changes?
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Unread 04-08-2012, 07:12 PM   #3639
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Yeah, no caps. Just one solid nut. They take a 13/16" socket. Since the OEM wrench no longer fits, I got a folding 4-way lug wrench from Le Freight du Harbuer for $8.99 and stuck it under the seat with the jack.
Psh, dang it, I just bought a Kobalt 19 MM socket. I think I will just grab some more from teh JY if need be. I love Harbour Freight.

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Does it change frequency with speed changes?
IIRC I want to say "no" but I will out again tomorrow running around and will listen for that. If it helps, doing 55 or 80 on the highway and it still sounds the same.
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Unread 04-08-2012, 08:10 PM   #3640
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Well I do hate to bother you all on stuff such as a whine or a noise. But I thought I would through it out there. It is a lower-pitched humming noise from the rear end. Probably rear axle.
  • Heard the most at highway speeds
  • can be heard at lower speeds as well but mostly at highway.
  • does not seem to change intestivy much with speed.
  • noise is only present under load, i.e. cruising or accelerating
  • If I let of the gas, it is goes away
  • happened to hear it AFTER I went wheeling and filmed that video
  • lower-pitched humming sound
Mine will do that. Only at highway speeds... most noticeable when very lightly on the gas holding speed... but never when accelerating hard. I've been told its just the D35 being silly. Replacing the pinion bearing seems to be the "cure" but its not a dire problem in most cases. Mines more of a whine than a hum though. Any vibrations associated with it?

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Psh, dang it, I just bought a Kobalt 19 MM socket. I think I will just grab some more from teh JY if need be. I love Harbour Freight.

IIRC I want to say "no" but I will out again tomorrow running around and will listen for that. If it helps, doing 55 or 80 on the highway and it still sounds the same.
Mine gets a bit louder, ever so slightly doing 80 or so but more or less sounds exactly the same. Why are you buying kobalt tools?! Okay well I do kind of like them and they're good for individual use but Harbor Freight hand tools have never failed me and they also have a somewhat hidden and not talked about lifetime warranty on almost all of em.
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Mine will do that. Only at highway speeds... most noticeable when very lightly on the gas holding speed... but never when accelerating hard. I've been told its just the D35 being silly. Replacing the pinion bearing seems to be the "cure" but its not a dire problem in most cases. Mines more of a whine than a hum though. Any vibrations associated with it?
It is most notice on the highway and "cruising" the engine noise takes care of the rest. Stupid D35, need a 44a. That sounds expensive... =/ I am not putting any more money in the 35... I should have not even wasted any money on the Axle seals. It is just ANNOYING. No vibes.


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Mine gets a bit louder, ever so slightly doing 80 or so but more or less sounds exactly the same. Why are you buying kobalt tools?! Okay well I do kind of like them and they're good for individual use but Harbor Freight hand tools have never failed me and they also have a somewhat hidden and not talked about lifetime warranty on almost all of em.
Kobalt isn't anything fancy, the same as harbour freight tools. Lowes is 10 min away, and harbour freight is 50 min away.
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Unread 04-08-2012, 08:24 PM   #3642
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Kobalt isn't anything fancy, the same as harbour freight tools. Lowes is 10 min away, and harbour freight is 50 min away.
More sarcasm. Kobalt is some nice stuff
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Yeah what I was going for was why the hell are you spending so much on Kobalt tools hahah while I do like a nice set of tools my HF sockets are just as good as my craftsman ones
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Yeah what I was going for was why the hell are you spending so much on Kobalt tools hahah while I do like a nice set of tools my HF sockets are just as good as my craftsman ones
Well I am not so sure about that. I bent/broke my HF socket... i.e. had to buy a new one (Kobalt)
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Whaaaaaaat?! How the... I just got the extendable ratcheting 1/2" one the 3/8 ones have all been retired to interior work haha that's probably why. But I've snapped grade 10.9 control arm bolts with that 1/2" ratchet
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