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Unread 10-29-2013, 09:50 AM   #1
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Official how to on Muffler Bearings



these are muffler bearings

after a while you need to replace them

DONT take your vehicle to your local muffler shop if they have this v certification you will get waaaay overcharged to get them usually $200-$500 depending



i did it my self but after a while they ended up looking like v this just 100 miles later :gosh:






Ive had this problem before and so have some of you so heres an indepth write up on how to fix them

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/search.php

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Unread 10-29-2013, 10:18 AM   #2
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I just replaced mine.







linky no worky for the write up
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Soon as I pay my vendor fees I will start selling my blinker fluid which is approved for LED lights
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here are the ones i used

http://kalecoauto.com/index.php?main...products_id=48
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Does anyone have an recommendations on how to get my center turn signal working? I've checked the blinker fluid.
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You've got to fill out a Federal Id-10-T form for the hazmat portion.
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You've got to fill out a Federal Id-10-T form for the hazmat portion.
I already did that 3 times , those Jackwads must have lost it again.
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Does anyone have an recommendations on how to get my center turn signal working? I've checked the blinker fluid.
Look it up under Hazzard fluid
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I already did that 3 times , those Jackwads must have lost it again.
Might want to check with your state. I know they have yours on file.
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Anyone know of a source for a 710 cap? Mine has fallen apart and I need a replacement.
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Anyone know of a source for a 710 cap? Mine has fallen apart and I need a replacement.
I have heard you can use the piston rings off a RX7 in a pinch
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Might want to check with your state. I know they have yours on file.
That'll explain a lot. If you do not have a family of 15 it gets lost here
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do all 15 wave to other Jeepers?
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do all 15 wave to other Jeepers?
Yes unless it is a JK/JKU or KL
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Unread 10-29-2013, 01:43 PM   #15
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Thanks for the writeup guys. I'm just about due.

Jeep manual says change every 91,523.7 miles. I'm at 91,520.0. I don't want to go over and experience the infamous muffler wobble.
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