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Old 03-31-2012, 04:13 PM   #31
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OH SURE!!! from your standpoint!!! LOL!!! Killed my back yesterday.... Got 3 hours of sleep Thursday night... worked a short 8 hour day Friday.... crawled under the jeep at 3pm and didn't hit the pillow until 12:30 last night.... Back under the Jeep at 8am this morning... My mind is 18 and my body doesn't believe my brain... go figure.



Wanna join the AWESOMENESS!!! LOL!!


A few more things on the suspension install I forgot to add:

1. Get a few ratchet straps to pull the axle into position when putting on your control arms... makes life a lot easier. The reason I say this is I set my springs in place and used a bit of pressure on a floorjack and a few stands to get it close. the straps help from there .

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(SEE!!! My mind is going now!!!)

3. Don't tighten anything!!! Leave it snug so you can make it settle with a few jumps on the bumper when you complete the entire lift. It's like a preloading the suspension.

4. DON'T RUSH!!!!!


OK... back to the rear axle.... got it all undone... hanging by loose control arms... getting ready to gut the carrier and yank the shafts and pull the backing plates.

Once I get the carrier out I will start swapping the clutchpak, spiders and side gears.

stay tuned.....
Hahaha!! I would love to join in on the awesomeness just a little to far away for that lol
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Not one, not two, not three.... sigh...

ALL FOUR UPPER SHOCK BOLTS SNAPPED!!!!

The good news is I got a really cool way of resetting side gears and spiders in a trac-loc.... I will share that tidbit later....
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I can't BELIEVE it took me 4 hours to drill and re-tap these fricken bolts!!! I went through 8 drill bits!!! I resharpened them for each hole....



Here is the rear axle coming out.... Drained the diff, pulled the pin and C-clips to yank the axle shafts... then I dropped the backing plates off



Now... if you don't have a 12 point 1/4" wrench with a SMALL head on it, you need one to pull the pin on the carrier to get to the C-Clips.... a socket might work, but I doubt it.... Here is the bolt and the hole in the carrier it goes into and passes through the pin.


(Did you catch the NICE PATTERN on the ring gear from the ^^^^^^^marking compound?)



Then is was time to lay out the new and old to get the parts swapped....




To get to this point, I had to put the old carrier in a vice and use the axle shaft to rotate the spiders out, BEING VERY CAREFUL not to drop anything out and hold the side gears and clutches in.. ALL AT THE SAME TIME!!!




When you attempt to put this all back together, NOTHING STAYS IN PLACE and you have to get the conical washers in behind the spiders... THEY WONT GO IN!!!

What to do.... IDEA!!!! Lay the spiders in top and bottom and rotate them into position and align them with the pin WITHOUT THE CONICAL WASHERS, first.

Now side load the clutch paks and side gears... how? Remember those shock washers on the top of the front shocks between the bushings? PERFECT FIT for my plan!!! IT worked like a charm!!! Side loaded the clutch paks with this little 'tool' I put together and PRESTO!!! The spiders drop deep enough into the side gears to slide the conical washers behind each spider gear...

This also shows how to orient the carrier in the vice...



By the time most of you read this, I will be back out in the garage ( 8am) Sunday...
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Dynomax Super Turbo Cat-Back.... There is a $75 rebate floating around a Dynomax thread... I got mine for $141 then sent in the rebate.
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Dynomax Super Turbo Cat-Back.... There is a $75 rebate floating around a Dynomax thread... I got mine for $141 then sent in the rebate.
Alright sweet. I bought that last week and its on its way! Hows it sound?
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Slightly louder than stock. Flow twice as much as OEM. 520CFM compared to 225 CFM. Nice low rumble at idle.
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Old 04-01-2012, 11:57 AM   #39
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I can't BELIEVE it took me 4 hours to drill and re-tap these fricken bolts!!! I went through 8 drill bits!!! I resharpened them for each hole....
I just drilled out one of the holes and added a nut on top. It took forever to drill just that one. good work on the rear axle. I'm gona read through that now aren't they fun? I'm glad I won't be screwing around with me rear.

How did you try to remove the shock bolts? Socket/driver by hand?
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I broke all my shock bolts too so I ground the square nut off and just run a nut and bolt now. Easier than drilling/tapping but you already did that.
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Not one, not two, not three.... sigh...

ALL FOUR UPPER SHOCK BOLTS SNAPPED!!!!

The good news is I got a really cool way of resetting side gears and spiders in a trac-loc.... I will share that tidbit later....
Ouch!
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Old 04-01-2012, 01:20 PM   #42
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I just drilled out one of the holes and added a nut on top. It took forever to drill just that one. good work on the rear axle. I'm gona read through that now aren't they fun? I'm glad I won't be screwing around with me rear.

How did you try to remove the shock bolts? Socket/driver by hand?

Rear axle was a piece of cake once I figured out how to load the side gears and clutches. Setting it up was easy since nothing really changed... already set by PO. All I did was R&R the bearings, using same shims, checked pattern ( which was PERFECT) and then reset preload on pinion to 12-15 in lbs. since I had new bearing.

As far as the shock bolts... lol... I soaked em with PB blaster first. When I hit them with a air impact.... BANG!!! That was all she wrote.

BTW... the bolts are 8MM x 1.25 thread.... I just centerpunched, drilled and re-tapped. (GEESE!!! the way I said that... after I read it... made it sound easy.. LOL! 4 hours was NOT easy!!)

UPDATE:

Rear axle is under the Jeep.... Backing plates on ... Uppers and lowers on, swaybar endlinks on. Working on the RE1602 Rear Angled CV trackbar bracket now...

Looks like I may have to pull the axle forward a bit from my initial settings, The new trackbar bracket contacts the tank a bit....

I noticed that this rear axle has slots for pinion adjustment... mine did not... just a hole for bolts in mine. I had to make keepers to hold the CA's in place so they wouldn't slide.


(Yeah... I cleaned up my frame a bit, too... lol)
LUNCH BREAK!!!
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Looks like things are coming together nicely!
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Rear axle was a piece of cake once I figured out how to load the side gears and clutches. Setting it up was easy since nothing really changed... already set by PO. All I did was R&R the bearings, using same shims, checked pattern ( which was PERFECT) and then reset preload on pinion to 12-15 in lbs. since I had new bearing.

As far as the shock bolts... lol... I soaked em with PB blaster first. When I hit them with a air impact.... BANG!!! That was all she wrote.

BTW... the bolts are 8MM x 1.25 thread.... I just centerpunched, drilled and re-tapped. (GEESE!!! the way I said that... after I read it... made it sound easy.. LOL! 4 hours was NOT easy!!)

UPDATE:

Rear axle is under the Jeep.... Backing plates on ... Uppers and lowers on, swaybar endlinks on. Working on the RE1602 Rear Angled CV trackbar bracket now...

Looks like I may have to pull the axle forward a bit from my initial settings, The new trackbar bracket contacts the tank a bit....

I noticed that this rear axle has slots for pinion adjustment... mine did not... just a hole for bolts in mine. I had to make keepers to hold the CA's in place so they wouldn't slide.


(Yeah... I cleaned up my frame a bit, too... lol)
LUNCH BREAK!!!
Haha cleaned the Frame up a bit? that thng looks perfect I wish mine was that clean. Damn rusty northern states!!!
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Rear axle was a piece of cake once I figured out how to load the side gears and clutches. Setting it up was easy since nothing really changed... already set by PO. All I did was R&R the bearings, using same shims, checked pattern ( which was PERFECT) and then reset preload on pinion to 12-15 in lbs. since I had new bearing.

As far as the shock bolts... lol... I soaked em with PB blaster first. When I hit them with a air impact.... BANG!!! That was all she wrote.

BTW... the bolts are 8MM x 1.25 thread.... I just centerpunched, drilled and re-tapped. (GEESE!!! the way I said that... after I read it... made it sound easy.. LOL! 4 hours was NOT easy!!)

UPDATE:

Rear axle is under the Jeep.... Backing plates on ... Uppers and lowers on, swaybar endlinks on. Working on the RE1602 Rear Angled CV trackbar bracket now...

Looks like I may have to pull the axle forward a bit from my initial settings, The new trackbar bracket contacts the tank a bit....

I noticed that this rear axle has slots for pinion adjustment... mine did not... just a hole for bolts in mine. I had to make keepers to hold the CA's in place so they wouldn't slide.

(Yeah... I cleaned up my frame a bit, too... lol)
LUNCH BREAK!!!
Mine has the notches for pinion as well which confused me because others said they didn't. Glad you have Em.

I had my front apart last week for locker install but it's less complicated than the rear and it sounds like you did a little more. I would have liked to watch. I don't know anyone who works on axles around here at all other than a few mechanics. No home mechanics. Lol. Especially jeeps. So I get to teach myself.
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Well..... its.... DONE!!!! ( no pun there! )

BTW.... No adjustment needed to clear rear trackbar to tank once we set pinion angle.. it was WAY off at like 12-13 degrees.

Almost.... doing the alignment now.... Thrust angle is only off by 3/16" on the rear. We will fix that once my rear drive shaft gets here....



This little gadget is the best thing since sliced bread!!! Mostly used in racecar applications for camber/caster of individual wheels, but for the solid axle, setting caster from one wheel is easy.



That's my friend Wes... he had been a GODSEND through this. If I didn't have a tool, he did... like this alignment tool and toe plates to adjust toe-in. I kept him fed and hydrated since Thursday when we started with the SYE.

Test Drive in a few....

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Mine has the notches for pinion as well which confused me because others said they didn't. Glad you have Em.

I had my front apart last week for locker install but it's less complicated than the rear and it sounds like you did a little more. I would have liked to watch. I don't know anyone who works on axles around here at all other than a few mechanics. No home mechanics. Lol. Especially jeeps. So I get to teach myself.

Yeah... it was weird to see the slots. The rear was not that bad..... I was going to do video, but Wes didn't want to be in it... lol!!! Plus pics and video take away from valuable time needed.

I did have to notch my spring pads on the axle to clear the shocks, but I knew that.
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Sweet nice work man. And yeah I do most of my work myself so greasy hands plus camera equals longer than long lol.
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Pics tomorrow... too tired and its dark... Drives smooth and GREAT!!!! on front shaft... lol....
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OK Show and Tell time!!!!

Still waiting on my rear shaft, so I am in 4hi using the front... sigh..

The ride is 150% better... smoother, much less bounce and absorbs the road VERY WELL! I couldn't be happier.....











The transformation in 1 year....

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Looks good Todd, makes me want to pull the body lift. Like I told you last time we talked, I'm dropping back to 33's.
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Looks good Todd, makes me want to pull the body lift. Like I told you last time we talked, I'm dropping back to 33's.
Thanks and Yeah., Lindel.... Dana and I were talking WAY BEFORE this lift when on and she wanted 35's.... now she is very pleased with the 33's and MUCH less in upgrades than the 35's would be....

Take off the BL and come back to earth... !


Decided to add a few more highlights... Can you SEE them?

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One more thing......


NO DRIVE SHAFT YET!!! UGH!!!
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Nice touch with the bezel pinstriping! Like your color theme combo!
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DRIVE SHAFT SHOWED UP AT 7:30!!!!



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Nice touch with the bezel pinstriping! Like your color theme combo!
Thanks! Actually... its not pinstriping... its painted.... its the headlight retaining ring ( holds the headlight in)

BTW... I got my chops busted by some local 4x4 members asking me if I was sponsored by McDonald's!!!! LOL!!!!

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