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JEEP WRANGLER steering shaft removal

Got an 88 yj.Was wondering if someone could tell me the proper way to remove steering shaft.U-joints are real sloppy with no grease fittings to be found.

Quote Originally Posted by staush Got an 88 yj.Was wondering if someone could tell me the proper way to remove steering shaft.U-joints are real sloppy with no grease fittings to be found. I think hes talking about this Original Replacement Parts 52007017 - OEM Lower Steering shaft Assembly for 87-95 jeep&174 wrangler YJ - Quadratec The U-joints dont have grease fittings and I dont think they can be

JEEP WRANGLER Drive Shaft too long (with pic)

Someone in my build thread said my drive shaft looked a little long. Could someone else give me there opinion. Is there a test that can be done to see if it is

Unbolt it from your axle yoke and compress it all the way. See how far the lower end travels up the shaft and mark that spot. Then compress your rear suspension to full bump and see if the lower part of the shaft meets that mark. You can do that by removing your rear springs then slowly lowering the rear of the jeep. Maybe not the best way to do it but the best I can think of with out a lot of math.

Quote Originally Posted by timcfuller Its has a 2.5 lift. I do have upper adjustable controll arms. I did jack it up to the bump stops and the shaft move in. Did the shaft bottom out when you did that If not your good to go. Did you jack it up so both bumpstops bottomed out at the same time

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JEEP WRANGLER Binding rear drive shaft

I am asking for your thoughts. I put an XRC bumper and tire carrier on and aside from feeling like I am pulling a hippo around in corners it has had other effects on the jeep. I was bottoming out just going over speed bumps so I put on a couple of spacers which made it better but not entirely I still could bottom out if I inadvertently went over a bump provided I was going too fast (not intentionally).

JEEP WRANGLER Steering Shaft Loose

When I go over potholes or bumps my steering wheel has a lot of play up and down and makes this metal banging noise. So I checked the top of the steering shaft in the engine. I noticed I can grab it and move it up and down and makes the same noise I hear on the road. In the picture you can see the upper shaft has backed out from the firewall. Do I need to just replace the shaft bearing or does the whole shaft have to be replaced

I had this issue with mine a while back. The white bushing was cracked so even if I put it all back together it would slip out in a few days. I ended up pulling the steering shaft and spring loaded it with some parts from tractor supply. In my case the shaft was also stuck together but with wasnt rust. The issue was the clip jeep put in there to hold the shaft in place. Once I got it appart I left

JEEP WRANGLER Spider gearmate shaft removal

Hey guys Ive searched and while there are atleast 100 threads on broken Dana 35s I have a frustrating problem. I recently purchased the jeep I described in my previous thread with a broken rear differential. As I noted in that thread the planetary gears that rotate on the mate shaft (pinion shaft as some call it) were in pieces in the bottom of the diff and there was no mate shaft to be found. So I

JEEP WRANGLER Torque Shaft Bracket bolt bushing

Im going to try to explain this as best as I can. My buddy was under the jeep while I had the air gun trying to remove the bolts. I replaced those two bolts on the bottom today or at least tried to. The belong to the torque shaft bracket. Directly on the opposite side of those brackets is the TSB. The bolts feed into a nut which has a rubber bushing on each one. Well one bushing was ripped the other

Quote Originally Posted by aerojeeptj Im going to try to explain this as best as I can. My buddy was under the jeep while I had the air gun trying to remove the bolts. I replaced those two bolts on the bottom today or at least tried to. The belong to the torque shaft bracket. Directly on the opposite side of those brackets is the TSB. The bolts feed into a nut which has a rubber bushing on each one.

JEEP WRANGLER 31s a D35 wlocker and stronger shafts

I searched but I am having a hell of a time trying to find out what I need... I have the weasly D35 with a lock-right and I am runnning 31s I plan on running the 31s for the next year or so but not ready to do the entire axle until I know what I am going to do in the end.. Has anyone had this combo (D35 lock-right aftermarket axleshafts) and had good luck with it Yeah I know the 8.8.....but thats for another day. Thx for the help guys.

Quote Originally Posted by MO2500 Doh I knew that Quote Originally Posted by jeepzcb09 why not save the money on the shafts and but a 8.8 Because I can get shafts cheap I have a friend whos father owns the company who makes the shafts for Currie..and I am going to do the real build later just trying to get by for now... Quote Originally Posted by 2006_Sport he already addressed that he doesnt wanna

JEEP WRANGLER Double Cardan junkyard drive shaft and SYE questions

Put new springs on my jeep and now its a little higher. Now im getting vibes from hell and I already have a transfer case drop so i think its time to just get a SYE. Just to clarify I can buy this httpwww.baseline4x4.comp-1072-18...-wrangler.aspx then use a double cardan drive shaft from the junkyard with it correct If so what is the minimum length i am looking for What vehicles should I get a double

I got a junk yard xj front drive shaft and cut it down to the size I needed by installing the slip yoke first(hak-n-tap) measure it (make sure you have 1 of travel left in spline housing or you will bottom out).If you are installing the SYE your self some times you are better off taking the jeep to a drive shaft shop after the install and have them build one there for you.Put the jeep in 4 wheel with out rear drive shaft and drive it there.

JEEP WRANGLER Jeep eating rear drive shafts

My jeep has about 105000 miles on it I put most of the miles on it and It was stock until about 30000 miles. About 4 lift and a Jb supershort Sye kit. I just broke my 4th shaft none of which have broke offroad. 2 were worn splines that lead to a cv joint failing and the other 2 were just blown joints. One cv joint blew up taking the month old shaft with it and in that month saw 100% paved roads. I

Quote Originally Posted by durango-bob Someone stole your lower adjustable arms. Could the shaft be bottoming out Wow im a little embarrassed. I used to have adjustable lowers and they were junk. I forgot I got rid of them. Jerry I know the shop sucks dont even get me started about them. Unfortunately I dont know of another driveshaft shop in the area. Other shops send their work to this shop. I can replace joints and have but when it comes to building a shaft obviously thats a little above most peoples abilities. It should be the correct length as they had the jeep when they built this shaft 2 years ago. I will have to check it when I get some garage time.

JEEP WRANGLER Pitman Shaft Seal

My first post on this site I need some thoughts on replacing the Pitman shaft seal. This is the seal on the bottom of the steering gear box that surrounds the shaft that the pitman arm is attached to. I have never even laid underneath a wrangler so Im going by imagination here but it seems like I should be able to do this by dropping the pitman arm removing the ID spring clip sliding the old seal out

JEEP WRANGLER II TJ Found a cv drive shaft from an 04 Rubi and need to know about it

OK I found a guy in my town that is trying to sell is stock 2004 wrangler Rubicon rear drive shaft. Since I needed it I called him right up but he knows a bit less than I do about this things so I need info. The Rubicons came with a NV241OR t-case so mow much does that t-case differ in length compared to my NP231 and how close to perfect does the length of the drive shaft have to be

If you can figureout where your output shaft yoke will be once you have SYE then you can just measure yoke ear to yoke ear with your jeep at ride height and compare it to the shaft. Take at look at how much slip joint the shaft has in it and decide if it will bottom out or come apart on ya. Might not be worth the money since you could always just shorten a front XJ shaft for pretty cheap.

JEEP WRANGLER Vibration at 40mph (bad drive shaft angle)

I just installed an Old Man Emu 2.5 lift on my 95 this weekend. When I took it out on the road for a test drive I noticed a slight vibration when I got to 40mph and over. Again this vibration wasnt very loud but I could feel it and hear it clearly. It wasnt there before. And believe me I know every little sound my jeep makes this one is new. I also installed the OME transfer case lowering kit with

JEEP WRANGLER axle shaft swap question

ive read all i can find on here about doing the solid axle swap my only confusion is about he diff size u joints my front axle is currently a stock 2 piece dana 30 on an 89 yj ive found several donor axles (solid piece tj or xj) but do i need to make sure the ujoints will work with current or am i confused and do I only use the actual shaft some of the ones i ve found come with the u joint and outer piece tha goes to the hub assembly can someone please clarify

yoke is for a cv style shaft instead of using ujoints straps like the YJ front driveshaft. There probably isnt really a gain from this unless your running 7 of lift like I am. But with a driveshaft that now spins all the time im partial to the smoothness a cv shaft provides. Ive seen XJ cv front driveshafts used at stoc height 2 lift and my heep which is at about 8 of lift. Neither of the three jeeps

JEEP WRANGLER Drive shaft length Where should range of travel be at rest

Can anyone tell me where in the range of travel should the slip portion of the shaft be at rest I am guessing probably right in the middle of the range of travel with the weight of the jeep on the axle. If the shaft is too deep at rest it will bottom out and shove the output shaft into the case and break the transfer case at full suspension compression (a bad thing). If it is too far out at rest it

JEEP WRANGLER Axle shafts going bad or gears

Ok so heres the problem...I have a clunk coming from the left rear. After jacking up the rear of the jeep with the jack under the pumpkin I realized the rear left tire had some play in it back and forth. So I checked the lugnuts and all are tight this is when I came to the conclusion that there is some play in the axle shaft. The rear right also has some play too. Not as much as the other side though.

So I had the jeep up on jack stands today. Took off the wheel and I only have maybe 18 of movement in the axle shaft. So I put the wheel back on and tried to push the top and pull the bottom of the tire and nothing. No sound no movement. Then when I grab the wheel on the sides and pull it out and push it in I get my clunk. So here is when I start digging in the differential. My fluid had little metal

JEEP WRANGLER will my 4cyl drive shafts work on my 6cyl jeep

I was wondering if the front and rear drive shafts from a 2.5l will work on a 4.0l jeep. ax5 and ax15 transmissions. I am in need of new u joints and have a set of driveshafts for a 2.5 litre sitting around with good u joints in them. I was thinking the front should work but will the rear one work. will the 2.5 liter input shaft fit into the ax15

Quote Originally Posted by acat I was wondering if the front and rear drive shafts from a 2.5l will work on a 4.0l jeep. ax5 and ax15 transmissions. I am in need of new u joints and have a set of driveshafts for a 2.5 litre sitting around with good u joints in them. I was thinking the front should work but will the rear one work. will the 2.5 liter input shaft fit into the ax15 If you mean the slip

JEEP WRANGLER CV shaft measurement

I am getting ready to install my SYE and belly up skid. I need a measurement for a CV shaft. I have a 00 5 speed NP231 1 MML and a D35 rear. I already have a 1.75 REBB and am putting on a Go-Fer-It belly up that will raise the height of the belly skid by 2.75 So I guess in essence I will end up with what will be 4.5 of lift with the combination of the REBB and belly up. Keep in mind I havent installed

Measure it Theres too many variations in jeeps and suspension as well as tuning to just order a universal shaft. Once you get your SYE in just drive it around in FWD (4WD) for the few days that your shaft will be in the mail for - you can take it on the highway like this no probs. Mine is 16.75 at 4 of lift - but dont get pissed at me if your shaft is a) too long and shreds your t-case in half when it bottoms out or b) too short and falls apart on the trail.

JEEP WRANGLER Poll ever break Dana 35 axle shafts with a TrueTrac

In posts here at JF last week and in some conversations recently Ive seenheard people disagree about running a TrueTrac in a Dana 35. Most people say youll never break stock Dana 35 axle shafts with a TrueTrac after all its not a locker (the max bias ratio is about 80%). Others say no they broke stock shafts easily. One person even claimed that he heard about breaking an upgraded alloy shaft with a

several other inclineshill climbs on the way to FunnyMoon rocks. More than once others offered to tow him up concerned the d35 couldnt make it but this was a great test of the Superior kit and well I wanted to give it hell...it performed flawlessly and never once complained...the link to this thread is at the bottom of my signature. In the photo above the d35 with the PowerTrax is towing both jeeps.

JEEP WRANGLER Dana 30 Lockright Locker shaft C-Clip Locker

OK Im putting a lockright locker in my Dana 30 and new 4.10 gears useing the jeepSONLY write up on Dana 30 Front Lockright Locker I have followed everthing in the write up except one thing. I have got it totally torn down and at the first they are telling that they have two ways to pull the the cross shaft out one is by grinding 2 to 3 teeth down enough to pull the pin or by pulling the ring gear

JEEP WRANGLER steering shaft

Decided to tighten my gear box and found the steering shaft at the gear box was loose. The bolt to tighten it was bottomed on the sholder so I added a washer and cranked it down. However it still doesnt seem to fit right or is wore out. So my questions Gear boxes that fit jeep yj all have same input shaft size New steering shaft is it worth the extra 150-200 for the upgrade

JEEP WRANGLER My new rear driveshaft... Finally broke down and built a CV shaft

so in an attempt to get slightly more droop without maxing out my driveshaft i built a new rear shaft tonight... started with about 12 worth of an xj front shaft with the cv joint and an old busted 5 speed 4 banger tj front shaft with a worn cv.... chopped the tj shaft down to use the yoke and slip and as much of the tubing as possible.... chopped th xj cv shaft down to the right lenth.... once i had

anti-wrap bar that wouldnt be the way to do it though obviously since the axle wouldnt be wrapping.... candy cane paint scheme tested tonight.... i wasnt happy with the black condom near the bottom though so i ditched that idea. caution yellow was out of stock at the parts store so i bought battleship grey thinking id like that... and i did... until i realized NOTHING else under the rear of my jeep

JEEP WRANGLER I YJ yj drive shaft

this is a stupid question im sure. but im looking at a yj thats lifted with 33s. im not sure how much of a lift it has but its missing the front and rear drive shafts. can i use a stock drive shaft from a yj or do i need to have them made or what its 1500 bucks for the jeep so im just trying to figure out how much i will have to spend to get drive shafts. help me out and let me no if its a good deal.

i got a picture of the jeep but dont know how to put it on here. the guy that owns it moved the leafs from the bottom of the axle to the top. which lifted the jeep but now the drive shafts are not long enough. i dont know where to get a drive shaft long enough or even if it is worth messing with.

JEEP WRANGLER How to replace a lower steering shaft and bearing with epic pics

the bearing for my steering shaft and the shaft itself are shot. they had been going for a while and then the other day after i beat the piss out of it in the snow the bearing fell off the steering wheel was bouncing up an down what an experience if you are unsure if your steering shaft is bad grab it and shake it if it moves around the bearing is shot. when you twist the shaft check for play in the

JEEP WRANGLER shocks bottom out

Alright well im having a problem with my rear suspension bottoming out when i hit real quick bumps so one question is why do people flip there shocks up side down any advantage i think im gunna just get new rear shocks because these 4wd hardware ones suck When i pulled them off my jeep to put my BPEs in I could easily compress them with my hand. But extending them was way more difficult. Any help would be great

Quote Originally Posted by REDTJ35 Alright well im having a problem with my rear suspension bottoming out when i hit real quick bumps so one question is why do people flip there shocks up side down any advantage i think im gunna just get new rear shocks because these 4wd hardware ones suck When i pulled them off my jeep to put my BPEs in I could easily compress them with my hand. But extending them

JEEP WRANGLER neapco fully spined cv shaft.

i was picking up a semi tranny today at a driveline shop who regeared my jeep. I asked them about cv shafts and they wanted me to try a new shaft. instead of having a few inches of splines it is splines from top to bottom. anyone know anything about them.

Quote Originally Posted by slafferty i was picking up a semi tranny today at a driveline shop who regeared my jeep. I asked them about cv shafts and they wanted me to try a new shaft. instead of having a few inches of splines it is splines from top to bottom. anyone know anything about them. Dont know that particular product but Neapco makes good stuff. I wouldnt be afraid to try it.

JEEP WRANGLER Bad Axle Shaft Seal

06 Rubicon D44 Arrow pointing to stinky diff fluid Any good write ups on changing out this 5-10 seal Thanks

of the writeup the photo at the bottom of page three will show you the installed Alloy tube seal. Heres a link to that page. Alloy USA D30D44 Axle Tube Seal - 1 Your axle seals that are currently leaking and that need to be replaced are located in the differential housing at the inboard end of the axle tubes. The axle tubes are basically open from the outboard end all the way to those seals. jeep

of the writeup the photo at the bottom of page three will show you the installed Alloy tube seal. Heres a link to that page. Alloy USA D30D44 Axle Tube Seal - 1 Your axle seals that are currently leaking and that need to be replaced are located in the differential housing at the inboard end of the axle tubes. The axle tubes are basically open from the outboard end all the way to those seals. jeep

JEEP WRANGLER Who uses a multiple double cardan front drive shaft

Whos is using multiple double cardan front drive shaft (double cardan at the pinion and another one at the front output of tc) Why did you do it Did the multiple double cardan front drive shaft fix your problem

Quote Originally Posted by M1ark If I reduce my caster angle to 5 degrees from 7 degrees... Does that tend to lift or point the pinion towards the transfer case output Go look at your jeep and use your head. Positive caster bottom ball joint is further forward than the upper ball joint so that the line going through the center of them intersects forward of the tires contact patch. Less positive caster

JEEP WRANGLER Knockclunk while accelerating from rear drive shaft

I recently put a 6.5 bds long arm kit on my 2003 Rubicon. Obviously I had to get a new rear cv drive shaft. After about a week of use I noticed a knockclunk noise coming from underneath my vehicle. The only time I hear the sound is when Im accelerating not when Im driving a constant speed or while Im decelerating. To track its location I disconnected the front drive shaft and drove it still had the

JEEP WRANGLER Jeep intermediate shaft help

I put in a 2 BL (start flaming now) and the steering shaft pulled out of the bearing instead of expanding like it is supposed to. Does anyone know if there is a secret to getting this to slide in and out I have tried heating it and beating it and nothing seems to help. I looked at a few in the junkyard and they are all frozen solid too. Has anyone gotten one of these to loosen up

dont yell at me cuz i got this info from the local jeep boneyard. guy been doing this crap for 40 yrs he knows it well. yj steering shafts are NOT meant to slide in and out from the factory. they are only meant to slide in from force of a collision (so the steering wheel doesnt decapitate u). the force of a collision is WAY more than any force u could produce by hand or simple machine which is why

JEEP WRANGLER I YJ Do I Need To Replace The Cam Shaft

1997 wrangler 104k miles. Was going about 50 and spuddered several times and when I let off the gas it cut off. It will not start again. error code 11 12 54. Looked for spark from coil wire to block. No spark. Replaced coil. No start. I thought it may have jumped time because of a worn timing chain so I replaced the chain and gears after getting TDC. Cam and crank were a little mis-aligned so I thought

GOLINjeepTJ its the oil pump drive gear on the cam I am worried about. I couldnt guess what would wear the dist gear off like that so I was wondering if something could lock-up in the engine or get screwd on the cam to wreck my dist. Kind like when a bolt gets cross threaded. I took the pan off and found fine metal sludge in the bottom of he pan so Im guessing that the dist gear was wearing over time

JEEP WRANGLER Just got a project YJ missing a drive-shaft.

Just bought it used got it as a project. Previous owners have made a variety of upgrades looks lifted has big mudders on it large wench platform on the front no bumpers. I see Mopar springs and shocks all the way around the oil pan has the Mopar logo on it the transfer case has a Mopar logo on it. I have no idea what has been done to this jeep but its had at least a few things done to it. Its lifted

Any stock yj shaft will fit back there as liong as its from the same year range and manual trans.. I have a few in the shop if you cant find any local. I just sold a 258 from a YJ with 130000 miles for 350. I was asking more but when I pulled it found out it had 2 broken exhaust manifold bolts on it. More then likely you have a BA-10 trans in it which I hate to say are the bottom of the jeep transmission

JEEP WRANGLER DC shaft for Rubi question...

Im getting conflicting info from BOTH shops and just regular wheelers in regards to whether there is a DIRECT fit CV head unit that bolts right up to the stock Rubi tcase rear output flange. So my question is...do you need some kind of adaptor to use a CV shaft with the stock flange or is it just better to convert over to a yoke on the output of the tcase Thanks gijeep02

angles and slightly longer driveshaft and they are able to keep the 1330 size u-joints. So anyway it doesnt matter any more...I went with the shop that suggested the yoke style output. They have a good reputation around here(the driveline manager was an actual participant of the top truck challenge in 1999 or abouts) and he assured me that losing the dampner was no a bad thing. So I picked up my jeep

JEEP WRANGLER Differential Leak at Drive Shaft

2001 wrangler TJ. Leak coming from where DS meets differential. From reading some old posts it sounds like the pinion seal Is this very hard to change out one self. The old posts also mentioned that driveline vibes can cause this seal to leak. What is a driveline vibe I switch out my rear shocks about 4 months ago and now I have this problem. A few people on this site recommended to go with a standard

JEEP WRANGLER Front drive shaft boot

Hi all Tore up my front drive shaft boot on Sunday. I only have a 2.5 BB so never thought I would have a problem but I guess I just articulated a little too far for it. Two questions 1. Is there a replacement other than the Mopar one that may be slightly longer 2. I know it isnt good to drive without it but how much damage is it going to cause

Also depends on which boot you are talking about. I assume you mean the long tube boot....if so that one is no biggie and as N2rocks said many people run without it for a long time. HOWEVER if you have torn the small round boot inside the joint and grease is spraying out making a black rainbow on the bottom of your jeep you need to replace it ASAP especially if you do much highway or long distance

JEEP WRANGLER Front axle shafts rattle

This has me stumped. I thought my clutch was rattling like it did when I replaced it a year and a half ago. About a month ago this rattle started when I would start out in first gear. It had nothing to do with the clutch being pushed in or not only rattled when I took off in first gear and slowly stopped rattleing about the time to shift to 2nd. Today I crawled under the jeep and twisted both driveshafts

JEEP WRANGLER how does my pinion angle and drive shaft look

do these angles look sufficient and or safe or do i need a SYE and new CV shaft

Yeah... Id be more concerned about the yoke bottoming out. The shaft angle doesnt look extreme for a jeep retaining the slip yoke.

JEEP WRANGLER CV shaft slip seal

Bought a used Rubi LJ and there is no seal for the slip joint on the CV drive shaft. Does any body know if there are boots that can be installed on the thing I would like a boot like the front DS. I have no clue who made the shaft. Thanks PaulW

have a boot on the slip joint. Understand I did not think I needed it either but after much work I finally got the thing apart and found a lot of grit in the splines. Now that it is cleaned there is lots of free play. I added a zirk and use a rubber stopper to temporarily block the vent at the u-J. At least I can now push any bad stuff out. Disadvantage lots of grease on the bottom of the jeep.

JEEP WRANGLER Cam shaft gear bad or good

i6 258 in an 89. bought jeep nuttered and running on a 73[I think ] d-remy points dizzy.Various reasons to get rid of that distributor and so I bought a DUI. Started to install the unit today and peeked into the engine block to inspect the gear on the shaft.No metal shavings or anything either there or in the oil pan bottom however the gear looked to be worn. I have zero knowledge on this sort of thing

JEEP WRANGLER D35 axle shaft needed

Anyone got one. My buddies jeep has been stranded in the woods for 3 days and I cant find a d35 shaft anywhere. Thought they were a dime a dozen. Need drivers side non abs c clip style. I tried to post this in wanted section but didnt work. Feel free to move.

I would tie a log to the bottom end and drag the jeep out before I spend over 50 bucks for a 35 axle shaft. Junk yards are full of cherokees with them. And in U pull it yards they are 20 bucks out door...

JEEP WRANGLER Crank Shaft turns but timing belt doesnt...

hey guys i have a 2004 with a 2.4 i posted a thread a couple days ago stating that my car shut off in the middle of driving and would crank but not start after that. So today i opened up the plastic cover to expose the timing belt. And when the engine turns the serpentine belt turns everything but the timing belt does not move at all. Im having it brought into the shop tomorrow but can anyone give

would have to perfectly be miss aligned at the same exact moment for things to hit. I was careful when rotating them to get belt positioned. This job takes about 5 hours unless youve done this before...you have to take off a lot of stuff just to get to the timing belt. Youll need at 3 jaw puller (autozone loaner) be careful not to torque against crank threads (puller needs to fit properly). Also jeep

JEEP WRANGLER Busted drive shaft

Hey guys I have a 2002 6 cyl auto with a d44 a friend has a 6 cyl. 5sd with a d35 he gave me a drive shaft it is about 12 longer will it work in my Heep

Quote Originally Posted by biffgnar On stock set up the splines are on the back of the TC. That is the slip yoke that well all eliminate. There has to be somewhere in the driveline to slide to account for the suspension cycling. I guess I did talk about the driveshaft compressing like a CV shaft would so maybe I misspoke but there is still compression that happens its just at a different place. Ok...That

JEEP WRANGLER Removing lower steering shaft

hey guys I need to replace my lower steering shaft because the U joint is bad in it. Im having some problems removing the shaft. Im sure Im just missing something dumb or not applying enough force but I have removed the two bolts on that middle bracket the bolt that holds together that pinch joint thing by the U joints on the top of the shaft and the bolt at the bottom of the shaft. now here is why

JEEP WRANGLER Removing Steering shaft.

Hi After fitting the 2 bodylift to My YJ Im finding the steering shaft is catching on the bottom of the alternator bracket quite bad. (Before you start scratching your heads My YJ is a right hand drive UK import model). I need to remove the shaft & take the grinder to the bottom of the alternator mounting bracket & shave off a bit for clearence. Trouble is the steering shaft will not move in the middle

JEEP WRANGLER Extreme Novice Installing PowerTrax No-Slip TrueTrac Crown 4340 rear axle shafts

This thread aims to answer three related questions If you care only about flat land traction (not ground clearance or armor or looks) what should you do first How cheap can you do it As a total novice can you do it yourself I&8217ll provide answers photos of the installation tool lists and torque specs and socket sizes and the results of testing it out on my farm. I&8217m doing this thread because

Now lay out the parts of the No-Slip on your bench (make sure the bench is clean). Mine originally wasn&8217t clean and I ended up having to clean the darn locker &8230 argh. So that you can test how it all works together mate the couplers active spacers drivers and cross shaft together (without springs) as a test. There is only one way to get the teeth to mesh together solidly and you need to have

JEEP WRANGLER Steering Shaft and Bearing Replacement

Well after putting on my suspension lift and my body lift I found out that my steering shaft does not collapse or expand anymore ( i think it is suppose to) and my lower bearing has come out of the bottom of the firewall column (if that makes sense). So my question to you fellas is what is a decent replacement steering shaft One that will accomidate the new bodylift and some minor flexing (daily driver

JEEP WRANGLER AX5 Output Shaft Seal Job w Pics

Ill throw this up here in hopes that those whove never done this type of repair may find it a little less intimidating. I developed a steady leak at the back of my AX5. It was 10w30 oil which I run in my transmission. I cleaned up all the grime trees and dead fish jammed in there and tracked it down to a weep hole at the bottom rear of the flange the Transfer case bolts to passenger side. Here s the

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