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Old 11-28-2006, 11:39 PM
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listen to me now and hear me later you need to get pumped up ken.. as hans & franz would say on SNL or do the easy way with a few friend's and a case or two of beer and need that jack and be done no time flat.

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Old 11-29-2006, 11:52 AM
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The old "diff on the chest whilst you roll the creeper under the truck" gig has been played out by me.
Exactly the method I was going to suggest, and use regularly. With the identical diff I might add.

Oh, and I noticed a reference to a gasket. That is so.... 80s. (I make-a the funny...)

DON'T use a gasket, use a good FIPG product such as Toyota Orange driveline FIPG, or better yet, a Permatex product branded "The Right Stuff". Holds incomparably. Won't seep even after rock-bashing.
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Old 11-29-2006, 11:58 AM
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Oleg was kind enough to come by last night and help get the front up and in and loaned me his tranny jack for when I put the rear in with Ben.

I think the gasket is better to ensure the diff is properly lined up, the goop you mentioned was debated on mud for a while.
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Oh and I forgot to thank matt for calling after his gig to see if I still needed help. You guys Rock
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Toy techs use the FIPG FWIW. Preferred method on minitrucks, including elocker axles (perhaps ESP. elocker axles).

I think driving an 80 has led to muscle atrophy!!!
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I always just sack up and bench press them into place, they are super awkward.
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Old 11-30-2006, 03:15 PM
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Oleg came over as I said and helped me with the front. Two of us with his tranny Jack. Ben comes over last night in shorts (what else) and decides he doesn't need the tranny jack. He gets on the creeper and puts the diff on his chest, rolls under the truck and just bench presses it up and into place. I ask him if he needs a hand "No, that's OK I got it." without even struggling.

I need to work out more.
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Is that beast moving yet or what??
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Is that beast moving yet or what??
Drove it last night. You can really feel the low end benifit, went out to check the lockers in the snow.

Drove to work today and seems peppier, but too much traffic and ice to give it a good test.

The diffs work great Ben, Nice job on the re-gear

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