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Old 05-23-2014, 05:40 PM
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Nice. I probably should have gone that route when I replaced my u-joints last year. By the time I got parts and paid for the install it was not really that far from $400.

Looking forward to me new trail spare. I'm going to be up in Denver Memorial Day weekend

Getting there I got the new one installed, just want to put a few miles on it to make sure all is well. Don't think i'll have the spare ready for this weekend but we'll figure something out in the near future.
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I'm sure there will be a few headed this way for Father's Day. .
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New DS is working well. Still got some vibes but might be from the front. Either way good to replace the rear as it was worn and would only get worse over the miles.

Corbet, sent you a PM.
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Bit late to this thread, but anyone happen to have photos of flanges on an 80 shaft in the 93/94 vintage? I don't remember the year my rear axle is off of exactly, but the shafts came with it and I shortened them to fit the 40. (Everything is 70 series now) Rear slip developed a problem, so I need to find parts sources before I head down the englewood.
I suppose I might be able to get a 70 shaft from Dan too, but I will need it shortened either way.
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Bit late to this thread, but anyone happen to have photos of flanges on an 80 shaft in the 93/94 vintage? I don't remember the year my rear axle is off of exactly, but the shafts came with it and I shortened them to fit the 40. (Everything is 70 series now) Rear slip developed a problem, so I need to find parts sources before I head down the englewood.
I suppose I might be able to get a 70 shaft from Dan too, but I will need it shortened either way.
No pictures, but the driveshafts on my 1997 HZJ75 were basically 80 series of the same vintage, as were the 3rds. Brakes, tranny and split case were same as a later 60.
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