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post #11131 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 12:36 PM
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On a side note, won't be making it to calico this weekend....I know I know "you never wheel" blah blah blah......5 government umployees are furloughed so they're having us pick up their slack.....good overtime money but sucks my only day off is monday

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post #11132 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 12:37 PM
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Nope, bone stock. Driveshaft was the first thing we replaced, suspension is next

I forgot how little room is under a stock jeep, it was cramped under there! haha
I would imagine it is probably pretty cramped under there
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post #11133 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 12:42 PM
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I would imagine it is probably pretty cramped under there
Well you can come on out to the Hammers with us next Monday, we'll help you put some rock rash on your Jeep

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post #11134 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 12:50 PM
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Well you can come on out to the Hammers with us next Monday, we'll help you put some rock rash on your Jeep
LOL, I may drive out to your place park my jeep and ride with you.....
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post #11135 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 12:59 PM
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Skylar, how did you loosen the pinion nut? A friend of mine came over with his 4door, we were replacing the driveshaft, and we couldn't get the pinion nut loose, even with a huge breaker bar (the problem was we couldn't really use the bar, couldn't get room to use it really) Had to go to a friends house and use his impact gun.
I didn't have to remove the pinon nut on the diff... reused the stock yoke there. Though I can't imagine it'd be any different than the nut holding the yoke on the output of the transfer case... For that one I just used a 18" breaker and my leg power pushing off the frame. I almost pooped, but it came loose.
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post #11136 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 01:08 PM
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I didn't have to remove the pinon nut on the diff... reused the stock yoke there. Though I can't imagine it'd be any different than the nut holding the yoke on the output of the transfer case... For that one I just used a 18" breaker and my leg power pushing off the frame. I almost pooped, but it came loose.
We had to remove the nut on both the transfer case side, and the axle side. We didn't try the transfer case side with the breaker bar, only the axle side. If I remember correctly, we had to torque the axle side alot tighter. Maybe we could have removed the transfer case pinion nut by hand. Oh well, we had to get the impact for the axle side anyway, so we just used it for both.
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post #11137 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 01:24 PM
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Only in Laguna do you see a Rolls Royce and a 427 Cobra at the local chevron.

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post #11138 of 30198 Old 05-20-2013, 01:50 PM
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Only in Laguna do you see a Rolls Royce and a 427 Cobra at the local chevron.
Nah, you see that over here in Beverly Hills too. Keep in mind that's a replica
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Replica or not, I liked it.

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Does anyone know where to get some shocks charged near the Northridge area.
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Does anyone know where to get some shocks charged near the Northridge area.
Changed??? Yes all over the place but 4 Wheel Parts can do everything you need. They're on Sepulveda.

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Does anyone know where to get some shocks charged near the Northridge area.
Your garage?

Excuse my silliness. I too thought changed.

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post #11143 of 30198 Old 05-21-2013, 12:44 PM
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He said charged not changed!
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He said charged not changed!
Thanks, going too fast. 4 wheel parts should be able if not direct to someone who can. They actually have decent prices all over.

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post #11145 of 30198 Old 05-21-2013, 02:34 PM
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Yeah I need my shocks charged. Just picked up some 8" stroke Fox 2.0 smooth bodies with reservoirs and need to get them tuned to work properly for the front end of my WJ.
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