I've gotten rid of all the crap I don't use anymore and I still have way too much. I need less hobbies
Banged up the driveshaft enough to blow out the pinion bearing.
I wanna wheel...but my garbage is in the shop. I need to stop breaking shiat.
I personally wouldn't lock it. Axles seem to snap at the drop of a hat when locked. And those pathy axles aren't cheap
Also, leave the gauge in the front of the truck after you use it so the heat helps dry it out. And bring it inside after wheeling.
Wrapping it isn't gonna help. Moisture gets inside the gauge from the air. Especially if your compressor is inside the vehicle. Creates warm air....
Gauge froze from condensation. Make sure to bring it inside.
Yeah. I think mine were around $445 each
Sometimes its easier, but more expensive to swap in a new, loaded shaft.
Atf: make sure you put exact amount you took out back in.
I sear them in bacon fat and top with bacon
4 ton collapsible jack stand from Klinzmann Fab. Max height, 18". Used a few times, too short after Titan Swap and 35s. Takes up virtually no room...
Nice write up.
Here's the steps I took.
1) wire wheel the frame.
2) line sliders up with Jack stands.
3) burn them bitches to...
Because @jsexton and I decided to swap bumpers. He lives in Ohio, I'm in PA. We were wheeling that weekend and decided to do the swap then.
I did a bumper swap in the snow, in January, in a campground parking lot.
Last 2 seasons have been "meh" for me though. Makes me sad
Rockauto. Rugged rocks for the rebuild kit
Yes. Yes you should. Good deal and no wait.
ETA: as long as they're hefty or shrock.
I don't use the rotors though. I think I'm running centric brand
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