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post #41131 of 41141 Old 06-29-2019, 10:40 PM
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Bummer. Always liked checking out other peoples junk.


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post #41132 of 41141 Old 06-30-2019, 02:57 AM
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Bummer. Always liked checking out other peoples junk.
Go back and look at the previous post.

July 10th.
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Go back and look at the previous post.

July 10th.
I must be going blind!

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post #41134 of 41141 Old 07-10-2019, 10:30 AM
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Hey guys its me again for my annual post, haha..
So Ive been needing to fix my Jeep for a while now and just been to busy or just havent made it a priority. Its time to fix the darn thing.

What is the problem you may ask? Well I started hearing odd noises in the rear diff on the way back from Havasu in the middle of the desert off the 177. It was a ticking that seem to hit with every ring gear rotation. I had no tools and still had over 230 miles to go and had a trailer on the back, oh boy.

So I ended up driving home and kept the speeds low, oddly enough the sound slowly subsided. Got home and pulled the rear diff cover off and what should be gear oil looked like anti-sieze! After cleaning it out I realized that the ring gear bolts were actually backing out and grinding away. 2 bolts were out completely and 3 others had the heads sheared off.
And no I never did any work in the rear diff (D35 w 3.07) except for adding a lunchbox locker. Apparently someone doesn't like loc-tite or torque specs, lol.
Long story longer, does anybody have a stock D35 w3.07 gears they wanna sell? I can just use a stock one and cut and reweld my shock mounts and strike plates on to.
I would swap over to 4.10s but I have an ARB front locker for the 3.07 and wont work due to the carrier size break.
Or I can just use some gears and Ill just set it up which is probably easier since I have coilover mounts and whatnot that need to be cut and rewelded. All for a POS D35!
Anyway hope all is well with everyone!

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post #41135 of 41141 Old 07-10-2019, 10:54 AM
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Hey guys its me again for my annual post, haha..
So Ive been needing to fix my Jeep for a while now and just been to busy or just havent made it a priority. Its time to fix the darn thing.

What is the problem you may ask? Well I started hearing odd noises in the rear diff on the way back from Havasu in the middle of the desert off the 177. It was a ticking that seem to hit with every ring gear rotation. I had no tools and still had over 230 miles to go and had a trailer on the back, oh boy.

So I ended up driving home and kept the speeds low, oddly enough the sound slowly subsided. Got home and pulled the rear diff cover off and what should be gear oil looked like anti-sieze! After cleaning it out I realized that the ring gear bolts were actually backing out and grinding away. 2 bolts were out completely and 3 others had the heads sheared off.
And no I never did any work in the rear diff (D35 w 3.07) except for adding a lunchbox locker. Apparently someone doesn't like loc-tite or torque specs, lol.
Long story longer, does anybody have a stock D35 w3.07 gears they wanna sell? I can just use a stock one and cut and reweld my shock mounts and strike plates on to.
I would swap over to 4.10s but I have an ARB front locker for the 3.07 and wont work due to the carrier size break.
Or I can just use some gears and Ill just set it up which is probably easier since I have coilover mounts and whatnot that need to be cut and rewelded. All for a POS D35!
Anyway hope all is well with everyone!


Don't know of any. Wranglers never make it to the junkyard and I don't know that XJs ever came with that ratio. You best bet is an explorer 8.8, which does come in 3.08 which is close enough. The bracket set for a TJ install runs about $125.
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post #41136 of 41141 Old 07-13-2019, 02:02 PM
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Don't know of any. Wranglers never make it to the junkyard and I don't know that XJs ever came with that ratio. You best bet is an explorer 8.8, which does come in 3.08 which is close enough. The bracket set for a TJ install runs about $125.
Gotcha, well I do have an 8.8 I was gonna use for my V8 swapped Tacoma, I guess I had better check the gear ratio and if its 3.08 Ill just swap it out.

Thanks, thats the smarter way to go anyway. Guess I have to change the master cylinder as well due to rear disk brakes..I'd better do some research.

Just so dang busy building my new shop and developing the property, as well as building trucks almost every day..so much in fact that Its hard to work on my own projects!

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post #41137 of 41141 Old 07-14-2019, 08:14 AM
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Gotcha, well I do have an 8.8 I was gonna use for my V8 swapped Tacoma, I guess I had better check the gear ratio and if its 3.08 Ill just swap it out.

Thanks, thats the smarter way to go anyway. Guess I have to change the master cylinder as well due to rear disk brakes..I'd better do some research.

Just so dang busy building my new shop and developing the property, as well as building trucks almost every day..so much in fact that Its hard to work on my own projects!
I never changed my master. When I finally did need a new one I swapped in a TJ part

my paying job really gets in the way of what I want to do
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post #41138 of 41141 Old 07-16-2019, 12:12 PM
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my paying job really gets in the way of what I want to do
I'll trade you....

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post #41139 of 41141 Old 07-25-2019, 10:12 AM
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I never changed my master. When I finally did need a new one I swapped in a TJ part

my paying job really gets in the way of what I want to do
Hmm I would have thought one would need to upgrade the master to a disk/disk type setup in order for the rear brakes to work properly since it has drums currently.
But wither way, Im gonna slap i that 8.8 just need to make sure it isnt the 3:73 ratio (or whatever it comes in) which for some reason I think it might but Ill figure it out..

And I feel ya on the job part! Now that I moved less than 2 years ago Im still building out my large shop on the lower property, got my 2 post lift installed and another one going in soon, pouring another slab at 50x30'.
And Im doing 95% of the work solo, on top of working on trucks all day!

I work on Toyota trucks as my job doing lifts, custom shock relocations, fabrication and welding and full builds, Im so dang busy I wish I could clone myself! I'd get so much more done, haha.

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Hey all. I took my 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with 98,000 miles to the dealership, they said both my head cylinders are bad and did not pass the block test, so now I am getting a new engine. I found out because my Jeep was running really hot and would not catch speed. Very expensive and luckily the dealership who I purchased the Jeep from will cover the expenses because I’ve only had it for about 3 months and with my job I drive a lot so I put a lot of miles on it even though when I bought it it did have a lot of miles but it is a 2013 and I heard Jeep’s do not lose value? Currently it’s in the shop and I will pick it up tomorrow. Then I can finally get my new bumpers installed and enjoy it for the summer.
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post #41141 of 41141 Old 07-26-2019, 09:18 AM
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Hey all. I took my 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with 98,000 miles to the dealership, they said both my head cylinders are bad and did not pass the block test, so now I am getting a new engine. I found out because my Jeep was running really hot and would not catch speed. Very expensive and luckily the dealership who I purchased the Jeep from will cover the expenses because Iíve only had it for about 3 months and with my job I drive a lot so I put a lot of miles on it even though when I bought it it did have a lot of miles but it is a 2013 and I heard Jeepís do not lose value? Currently itís in the shop and I will pick it up tomorrow. Then I can finally get my new bumpers installed and enjoy it for the summer.
good news you are not having to pay for that.

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Hey all. I took my 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with 98,000 miles to the dealership, they said both my head cylinders are bad and did not pass the block test, so now I am getting a new engine. I found out because my Jeep was running really hot and would not catch speed. Very expensive and luckily the dealership who I purchased the Jeep from will cover the expenses because Iíve only had it for about 3 months and with my job I drive a lot so I put a lot of miles on it even though when I bought it it did have a lot of miles but it is a 2013 and I heard Jeepís do not lose value? Currently itís in the shop and I will pick it up tomorrow. Then I can finally get my new bumpers installed and enjoy it for the summer.
Hi Jeepers_creep86,

Iím glad to hear your dealer was able to identify the cause of your concern! If you are in need of any additional assistance once you have your Wrangler back, please do not hesitate to send us a private message. Weíre always happy to help.

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