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    Could be an axle u joint seiZed

    Could be an axle u joint seiZed
  2. Thread: T-case help?

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    There may be no play but could have a seized joint

    There may be no play but could have a seized joint
  3. Thread: T-case help?

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    Check your front driveshaft closely. Crawl under...

    Check your front driveshaft closely. Crawl under and check for play. Make sure tire sizes are the same and close in wear.
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    Depends on the situation I guess. I keep mine up...

    Depends on the situation I guess. I keep mine up and watch the other light. When it turns yellow I grab first or second. If your waiting for a turning light I keep it in so I don't miss my mark and...
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    Not available anywhere I've seen. They are...

    Not available anywhere I've seen. They are usually pinned into the shaft so once you get the old one out the new one won't fit right. I wouldn't mess with steering components. In my experience as a...
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    If you only lift one tire then it needs to be...

    If you only lift one tire then it needs to be twice as the spider gears are 2:1
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    It will pull you around alot in the front. If...

    It will pull you around alot in the front. If your accelerating they are locked. Making it want to go straight into corners. In the rear would be best but you have to be carefull till you get used to...
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    I run them front and rear. Not for the faint of...

    I run them front and rear. Not for the faint of heart in the front in winter in 4x4. But works great.
  9. Thread: rear end?

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    The dana 44 is the axle housing assembly.

    The dana 44 is the axle housing assembly.
  10. Thread: 600cfm

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    Jets all depends on the engine you have to tune...

    Jets all depends on the engine you have to tune it with a vaccum Guage
  11. Thread: 600cfm

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    Ouch edelbrock.

    Ouch edelbrock.
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    Assuming its a dana 35 I would try to find a...

    Assuming its a dana 35 I would try to find a rubicon 44 if you want to upgrade. If not I would re bearing it. Not sure on how you use it.
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    Over haul or junk yard diff.

    Over haul or junk yard diff.
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    Theres a vaccum switch on the t case that...

    Theres a vaccum switch on the t case that controls it
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    But I run rotella in my race engines

    But I run rotella in my race engines
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    Should be. I use 530 winter 10-30 summer. I don't...

    Should be. I use 530 winter 10-30 summer. I don't bother with synthetic last one I tried to switch over the motor started knocking the next day.
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    Melling is the brand. I run high volume in all...

    Melling is the brand. I run high volume in all mine. It will put a slight amount more drag on your distributor so make sure your dist gear is in good Shape.
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    High volume pumps are good. High pressure pumps...

    High volume pumps are good. High pressure pumps are a waste of money. Remember oil pressure is the product of clearances in the engine. The engine is basically a controlled leak. So if you had 20psi...
  19. Thread: front axle

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    There will be vaccum lines and vaccum pot on the...

    There will be vaccum lines and vaccum pot on the passenger side of the front axle housing.
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    4.56 will work good with an auto. 4.88 would be...

    4.56 will work good with an auto. 4.88 would be great.
  21. Thread: front axle

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    Have a look at Aussie lockers I run them front...

    Have a look at Aussie lockers I run them front and rear in my xj year round. Deep snow once your used to them they are great. And affordable.
  22. Thread: front axle

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    On a dd i would do the rear and skip the front....

    On a dd i would do the rear and skip the front. Do you live in a snowy climate.
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    You should be able get it out. At least low...

    You should be able get it out. At least low enough to to get pliers or sometbing on it
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    And the front axles is determined by the t case...

    And the front axles is determined by the t case not the transmission
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    It should. I gave up on mine I just drain and...

    It should. I gave up on mine I just drain and fill it. If the filter is plugged I have bigger problems. Like a failed clutch or something. A trans should never over it's life release enough junk to...
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