Clay's Jeep is loaded up early to have it at the shop by 7:30. I wanted to catch the guy when he opened. Warren (the owner/mechanic) is a great guy, and he has done our mechanicing for about 5 years now. He was actually pleased to have the Jeep in his shop. He pulled the pinion yoke off and asked me to bring him the factory 20 yoke. I had swapped a D44 yoke onto it for the benefit of u-bolts vs. straps. So I ran it up there, but it was late, so I'll hear something tomorrow. I'm hoping beyond hope that there is some kind of subtle difference between an AMC 20 and D44 yoke, but I can't see it. I have been told they are completely interchangeable. If the 20 yoke doesn't remedy the rearend problem then Warren will have to go into the R&P... which will humiliate me and bottom out my wallet. So keep your fingers crossed!
Jeep loaded up on a borrowed trailer.
Squaw going with me to town, and she is carrying LOU'S JAR OF SALSA!! YAAAY!!!
Where I am sleeping tonight!
And I have always wanted my very own grill in the rearview shot. Except mine is covered in the morning dew.
Go Fish! <*////><
But the right word at the right time... "Hey, give me a little hug!" That's the difference between lightning and a harmless lightning bug!