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post #16 of 19 Old 04-12-2005, 09:34 PM
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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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post #17 of 19 Old 04-12-2005, 10:33 PM
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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.
AHHHHH the famous axle shaft breaking.... My friends did it, I was following him to go wheeling actually. I kept saying to my little brother (who I was taking out on his first wheeling trip ) that my friend's tire looked like it was sticking out further on the passenger side. When we stopped for gas we inspected it and sure enough, broke. Easy fix if you know how to weld....
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Cool Pics. I'll be going to rausch creek next weekend. What trails did you take these pics on?
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Cool Pics. I'll be going to rausch creek next weekend. What trails did you take these pics on?
Blue Trail 3, Black Trail 6 (has the hill climb at the end where everbody broke)

Blue Trail 2 (was only 3 of us left so we took an easier trail, has 3" deep mud hole with bypass)

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