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post #61 of 99 Old 04-03-2012, 07:10 AM Thread Starter
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TW driveshaft arrived this morning, waiting for the rain to blow over and I will got and fit it, hope to god the vibes go away with this, everything else has been swapped out now


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Fitted, still have vibes

Right out of ideas to fix this now

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How are your front and rear pinion angles?


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thread on trying to sort the vibes out is here. http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f310/...angle-1277145/

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To bad about your wibes.. With out reading your Front prop wibes thread. Have you had a look att your wheels and brakes? A bad rotor can cause wibes as well a bent/un balanced wheel. I bet you already know that but anny how. just want to help out =)

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well looks like pinion bearing is shot Hopefully RnP is okay.

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4.10 gears and master rebuild kits ordered, shame there isn't something between 4.10 and 4.56 available

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Right, it seems I now have a set of 4.10 and 4.56 gears heading my way, sooooo, 33"s on 4.56 okay? I don't mind it being under a bit, my engine is starting to feel its miles I think

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You'll be fine on 33's with 4.56's. I have 35's with 4.56's and it would be still nice to have a little lower gears driving in the mountains.

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are you gonna re-gear yourself?

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Unsure if I will do it, I have the tools but short on space at the moment. A mate can do re gears but he is busy with a few jeep rebuilds. Would like to do it myself but it will be the first one I have done & don't want to make any mistakes

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Bit of an update, loads of vibe issues with the UJ props, back running a stock CV shaft that is about to die. Just sourced a 242 to throw under the Jeep and going back to a UJ front shaft, hopefully the 242 will behave better than the 247. Regear still not done, need to get a second car so my mate can do the work.

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no updates for a while. Threw an XJ 242 under my grand today, regear starts this weekend.

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Seems it may have been dropped on its travels, very carefully took the stud out, was more than 1/2 snapped



old 247 out



242 in!



just need to mark up the shifter until I find a new one. Had no vibes from the rear prop up to 70-odd mph (front prop not in until front axle regeared)

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4wd again =D>





No vibes at all in 2wd, very slight hum around 70mph in 4wd but I haven't set the pinion to match the TC yet.

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Drivers side wheel bearing separated when I took it off :shock: Never had one do that before

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And after 18 months since starting the job I have finally got around to installing my Addco rear roll bar
All the bolts sheared off in the old axle mounts when I first got it 18 months ago and my attempts to re drill them went off corse so I gave up. Finally got around to cutting & welding new brackets on the axle today. Pics later

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