the right rear tire is sliding out of the wheel well, you can see it sticking out farther than usual because when a d35 axle shaft breaks, because it is a c-clip axle the axleshavt is able to slide out of the axle housing.
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Originally Posted by Spartan302
Blue Trail 2 (was only 3 of us left so we took an easier trail, has 3" deep mud hole with bypass)
2004 Black Rubicon w/ 5 spd
RE 3.5 SuperFlex & Front Trackbar / JKS 1.25" BL & MML / 35x12.5 MTRs on 15x8 AR-23s / Currie Anti-Rock / Jeeperman Bumpers / Rokmen Sliders / York OBA / Harbor Freight 8k Winch
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