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    Hey guys,
    I'm trying to get info. (part numbers too) to service my front CV joint. I found what I beleive to be the U-joint number (5-153x greaseable U-joint) but I couldn't find any info about the centering ball. My Tom Woods rear shaft has needle zerks I'd also like for the front. I had some angry sparrows over the weekend that seemed to have gone home for now but I'd rather service the shaft and keep them away before Rubicon in a few weeks. I working w/Rob at Quadratec on this (good guy too) and he's not showing parts or any info on his end, it'd be nice to give him that info too.

    Thanks for the help, B&T TJ

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    http://www.stu-offroad.com/axle/driv...iveshaft-5.htm

    Hope that helps
    Michael

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    • #3
      Your the best! I remember seeing this a while ago but forgot it was there.

      Thanks, your friend....
      Last edited by Black & Tan TJ; 06-27-05, 09:43 AM.

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      • #4
        You Stink on Ice!
        Hey can I quote you on that?
        Last edited by Dukes69; 06-27-05, 12:08 PM.
        Michael

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        • #5
          Originally posted by nagal
          Hey can I quote you on that?
          Yes you may!

          Hey Tom! Its really not hard to do. And you eben have the right tool for it. Just make sure when you replace the u-joints to use spicer and only spicer u-joints. If you need help, just ask. You have my number. I've done this on both out jeeps. :yay:
          [COLOR=blue]Chris[/COLOR]
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          • #6
            Umm thats not what I quoted and you have never seen me on ice!
            Michael

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            • #7
              Originally posted by nagal
              Hey can I quote you on that?
              Forget what that other guy said, yes you can quote me on that.

              And Chris I'm thinkin bigger things from you, maybe some HD lower control arm brackets, I heard you might be doing someone elses soon. Yeah I got that tool and like you said, don't get too attched to it, good thing it was only $20.

              B&T TJ

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Black & Tan TJ
                Forget what that other guy said, yes you can quote me on that.

                And Chris I'm thinkin bigger things from you, maybe some HD lower control arm brackets, I heard you might be doing someone elses soon. Yeah I got that tool and like you said, don't get too attched to it, good thing it was only $20.

                B&T TJ

                The stock lower control arm brackets are strong enough when you add skids to them. Unless the stockers are smashed, I would just toss some skids on there.

                These are what Tammy has: http://www.currieenterprises.com/ces...t.aspx?id=1278
                [COLOR=blue]Chris[/COLOR]
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