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post #15316 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 05:53 PM
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I can’t get my damn output shaft (where the rear driveshaft should be. DOH!) to stop leaking. What’s the best thing to put back there? The ridges on the outside make it awkward. I duct taped the hell out of it but no luck.

In other news I got orders to Camp Lejeune NC. My last day in SD is Sep 30, so my time left is very limited. Its been great so far and hopefully we can plan a trip before I leave.
Well dang it Nate, good luck with the new location.

I have my kids that weekend. I think I'll bring their yerfdog and maybe thier quads so they can play around camp.
I don't have air conditioning in my camper, just a PlayCool swamp cooler. Hope it's not too hot.


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post #15317 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 05:57 PM
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Cool. Where do you work? I live by Rosecrans & Canon. (That's Cañon for you Hose A types).
I work at SPAWAR on Catalina & Electron dr. It's usually an easy commute.
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post #15318 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 06:10 PM
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I work at SPAWAR on Catalina & Electron dr. It's usually an easy commute.
I worked at Seaside for about a year at JPMIS and a couple of years at OTC-1 in 04F and the PEO office.

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post #15319 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 06:37 PM
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What happened, did everybody wake up all of a sudden?

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I'm also thinking of getting a LoJack installed, being that I am in San Diego and all.
SO let's get it lifted.. x2 on the Revelco, I had a LoJack on a car that was stolen a few years ago, I was fortunate that I saw driving away and called immediately, they got the guy when he got stuck in traffic at the border, two more minutes and it woulda been in ol'mehico. LoJack is nice, but by the time you realize it's gone it'll be in pieces somewhere.

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Has anyone looked into or done Geocaching around here?
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In other news I got orders to Camp Lejeune NC. My last day in SD is Sep 30, so my time left is very limited. Its been great so far and hopefully we can plan a trip before I leave.[/COLOR]
Don't drink the water

Wow, that bites, I have some vague recollections of a weekend at redneck bar near Dixon
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I'm getting frustrated with this lift. Going to Oggi's to eat pizza, wings and drink many beers.


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Now you'll need to get some MUD tires and maybe a snorkle.
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I work at SPAWAR on Catalina & Electron dr. It's usually an easy commute.
I worked at SPAWAR Old Town Campus - in OT-1 - the past few years...looking for a new job now.


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What weekend was that Superstition run?
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Sept 19-20, as I recall
Are we still planning to camp out and wheel at Superstition that weekend? Moose was planning it originally but is moving now... I'd like to still go and we can tip one or three in honor of Moose's oldness (new word) while we are out there...


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post #15324 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 08:48 PM
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Are we still planning to camp out and wheel at Superstition that weekend? Moose was planning it originally but is moving now... I'd like to still go and we can tip one or three in honor of Moose's oldness (new word) while we are out there...
I want to go. My kids are constantly asking me when we are going camping again.
Is that a good place to wheel, like Anza Borrego, where there is a lot to see?
Or is it more of a wheeling challenge type place?

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Nate popped over for a few minute and we put this in.

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=98060




leak is gone.

Now we need to see if we can get his axle swap done before he leaves, and in time for a mid sept weekend.

1. SYE kit install
2. 8.8 install (axle needs brake parts)
3. XJ D30, fabricate perches and install
4. Shorten rear driveshaft

I think we can do it. When, next weekend or the one after?

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Nate popped over for a few minute and we put this in.

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=98060




leak is gone.

Now we need to see if we can get his axle swap done before he leaves, and in time for a mid sept weekend.

1. SYE kit install
2. 8.8 install (axle needs brake parts)
3. XJ D30, fabricate perches and install
4. Shorten rear driveshaft

I think we can do it. When, next weekend or the one after?

That looks like a handy emergency trail fix type part. It fit well? Just that stopped the fluid, or did you tape it in?

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post #15327 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 09:28 PM
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That looks like a handy emergency trail fix type part. It fit well? Just that stopped the fluid, or did you tape it in?
I snapped in pretty tight but since he is driving it every day for a while we taped it too.

gotta get a couple more.

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post #15328 of 40636 Old 08-18-2009, 10:11 PM
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I snapped in pretty tight but since he is driving it every day for a while we taped it too.

gotta get a couple more.
I think I'm gunna' get one and keep it in my Jeep storage box. Never know when you're going to munch a d-shaft on the trail. I'll bet it's happened somewhere to somebody. Maybe not.

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I worked at Seaside for about a year at JPMIS and a couple of years at OTC-1 in 04F and the PEO office.
WOW too many L E T T E R S for me

I work at HVACJOB

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I'm getting frustrated with this lift. Going to Oggi's to eat pizza, wings and drink many beers.
What is going on?? Cherokee lifts are not that difficult...Maybe this weekend (if your still installing it). Maybe you can help me with my Jeep party too (if I get the parts this week). I will keep you informed.

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