Thanks for the info, I'll do a little bit of research on them. That's actually not as expensive as I thought it'd be. It's worth it to me at this point. I busted up my hand again last night...and I'm sick of it.
I also had the brakes bled while it was there.
I'm looking at my itemized invoice. The coolant is was $62 and the tranny issue was $88. Just an FYI.
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I finally got around to swapping out the t-case skid. All I can say is wow, that was bent. It ended up pushing the t-case up, and causing more of the slip yoke to show, and also made more angle on the driveline, giving some nice vibes. Anyway, all fixed now, but here's a couple pics of how it looked. Kinda hard to see from the pics, but still... But on the plus side- no more vibes, so I'm good to run again!
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Yeah, we didn't even get one side done. Although only have 4 holes to drill and install 4 bolts (which I'll do tomorrow night) then when he comes back Thursday night we'll get the drivers side finished and hopefully attack the passanger side differently and done in a bit over an hour
Basically imagine the two arms that go from the rocker tube to the inner frame rail. Those are a two piece arm. One is the bracket which bolts to the frame rail and the other piece is the slider. Each arm/bracket is held together with 2 bolts. So not only when you mount the bracket do you have to get the width right so the arms & brackets match up, but you'll have to cross drill through the arm/brackets to fit in the 2 bolts.