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post #1711 of 2401 Old 08-21-2013, 12:01 AM
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You have that backward. Unless you meant to say coils are greater than springs?

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And we all know leafs are better than coils. I mean what are track bars on a jeep anyway????


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Icky......... Coils>srings!
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post #1713 of 2401 Old 08-21-2013, 07:32 AM Thread Starter
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You have that backward. Unless you meant to say coils are greater than springs?

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Oh I know I was just messing around haha, we all know coils out perform our leafs is most areas........I still would not trade my yj for a tj ever!

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Thanks man it helped alot........sorry about making you drop your top!



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So I change my front pinion seal this morning, and I didt take a pic of it but I may be ready for a new yoke up front there was a small grove worn in it where the seal sits........not sure if that's why it has been leaking or not!

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So I change my front pinion seal this morning, and I didt take a pic of it but I may be ready for a new yoke up front there was a small grove worn in it where the seal sits........not sure if that's why it has been leaking or not!
My rear yoke was the same way! I replaced it
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My rear yoke was the same way! I replaced it
You replaced the whole yoke? I am going to price them out tomorrow!

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You replaced the whole yoke? I am going to price them out tomorrow!
Yup, i had a spare from that 35 I bought a few months back. Is your pinion bearing tight? I think that's how I got the grove in mine...
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Yup, i had a spare from that 35 I bought a few months back. Is your pinion bearing tight? I think that's how I got the grove in mine...
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I think I may upgrade it to the ubolt style if I replace it tho, thoughts on this?

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I think I may upgrade it to the ubolt style if I replace it tho, thoughts on this?
I read somewhere that that style is supposed to be stronger then the typical yoke from factory.

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I think I may upgrade it to the ubolt style if I replace it tho, thoughts on this?
I've been strongly considering this. Front and back.
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It is stronger and much more reliable than the standard straps, if you're going to get a new yoke, that's the way to go.
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