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Old 05-03-2013, 12:21 AM   #157261
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The rule is supposed to be don't post anything you wouldn't want your 10 year old daughter to read. It's all in good fun, but it is still a public forum.

Yeah it's just one thread, but alot of us rely on it from time to time, like when our Jeeps get stuck in 4lo.
Things are so like indirect tho... I wouldn't of understood at that young age haha. But I get that sometimes yeahh.... It's all good .

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It always is. But when the mods issue blanket warnings it becomes a little more "under the microscope". It's been shut down once before, maybe more but that's before my time.
Du calme', du calme'..Not once has anyone mentioned "bleep", "bleeping", when to upside down "bleep", or even sheep.

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Up to one of my favorite things to do..ordering stuff online. No one would guess what this one is...
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I don't trust myself enough to tackle something like that...
Any of your JK buddies have aftermarket driveshafts? That will be your most difficult task. Unbolting the xfer case from the tranny is just work, remember to drain it first. They are surprisingly not heavy, oh, and undo the most difficult bolts first. If you pull it and take it in it will save you about 1-2 hours of labor, about $160.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:27 AM   #157265
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Evening beautiful! How are you tonight?
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:28 AM   #157266
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Evening beautiful! How are you tonight?
I'm watching Dexter and it is getting really good! Dangggg.
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What's wrong with your jeep Ronnie?
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Hey girl.
Hey fella.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:30 AM   #157270
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I'm watching Dexter and it is getting really good! Dangggg.
Lol. It gets better ! ;p
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Possible Axle bind?

This is a BIG problem with 1st Generation Durangos (I remember if from my Durango) If you went into 4lo you had to be careful because when you shifted back to 2hi, it would get stuck in 4wd without the lights or shifter in the 4wd selection. A lot of times I had to put it in reverse and drive backwards about 50-100ft with the shifter in 2hi, then put it back in first and it would unbind and allow for the linkage to move all the way forward. Strange part is you would never feel it in the shifter. So I got in the habit of when I shift out, I put it in reverse go back a few fet then put it in first and spin (in dirt or mud) to make sure I am in 2hi. Of course my jeep is a different feel so I automatically know.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:32 AM   #157272
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You can put together a puzzle, right? Haha! You don't have to be very mechanically savvy to repair a T-case, man. Preeeeetty hard to screw up... It won't fit back together if you don't do it right.
I could probably take a shot at it if I had the space and the time. Mainly the time...I don't have much.
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Thanks. Never happens at a good time ya know?
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:34 AM   #157274
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Possible Axle bind?

This is a BIG problem with 1st Generation Durangos (I remember if from my Durango) If you went into 4lo you had to be careful because when you shifted back to 2hi, it would get stuck in 4wd without the lights or shifter in the 4wd selection. A lot of times I had to put it in reverse and drive backwards about 50-100ft with the shifter in 2hi, then put it back in first and it would unbind and allow for the linkage to move all the way forward. Strange part is you would never feel it in the shifter. So I got in the habit of when I shift out, I put it in reverse go back a few fet then put it in first and spin (in dirt or mud) to make sure I am in 2hi. Of course my jeep is a different feel so I automatically know.
This is the normal practice for auto hubs, which JK's don't have. If I were in Ronnie's place though I'd run out and try it right now. Go do it Ronnie and let us know.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:36 AM   #157276
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I could probably take a shot at it if I had the space and the time. Mainly the time...I don't have much.


Thanks. Never happens at a good time ya know?
I'll come up, we'll drop it, and while you are at work, I will follow you around in my jeep and we will rebuild it in the back of my "Recovery Vehicle" haha
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This is the normal practice for auto hubs, which JK's don't have. If I were in Ronnie's place though I'd run out and try it right now though. Go do it Ronnie and let us know.
I love a good puzzle!
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:37 AM   #157278
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This is the normal practice for auto hubs, which JK's don't have. If I were in Ronnie's place though I'd run out and try it right now. Go do it Ronnie and let us know.
Yeah, as soon as I finished typing I realized Jeeps don't have auto hubs, but I thought, hell it's worth a shot. Things about vehicles have been figured out using weirder concepts
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I'll come up, we'll drop it, and while you are at work, I will follow you around in my jeep and we will rebuild it in the back of my "Recovery Vehicle" haha
That might work if it was a six cylinder.....rofl:... ( just joking tom...)
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That might work if it was a six cylinder.....rofl:... ( just joking tom...)
that hurts lol how ya doing James? Training again tonight?
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That might work if it was a six cylinder.....rofl:... ( just joking tom...)
That's great lol he deserves it for saying jks are crap
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That might work if it was a six cylinder.....rofl:... ( just joking tom...)
Are you suggesting his manly Jeep can't haul one of the lightest transfer cases ever made?!?!

Not very nice.




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Any of your JK buddies have aftermarket driveshafts? That will be your most difficult task. Unbolting the xfer case from the tranny is just work, remember to drain it first. They are surprisingly not heavy, oh, and undo the most difficult bolts first. If you pull it and take it in it will save you about 1-2 hours of labor, about $160.
Unknown. I posted a help thread on the club site. Most of those guys are up early, but not this early.

Pulling it might be quicker than trying to drop it at the dealer too...too many unknowns until the world wakes up.
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What's wrong with your jeep Ronnie?
Hey Rabbit...stuck in 4LO after pulling some fence posts.
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This is the normal practice for auto hubs, which JK's don't have. If I were in Ronnie's place though I'd run out and try it right now. Go do it Ronnie and let us know.
I tried all the normal tricks, nothing has worked. I'm giving it for the night.

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That'll work
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that hurts lol how ya doing James? Training again tonight?
Yup training again...doing pretty good. Hows the jeep build going?
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Yeah, as soon as I finished typing I realized Jeeps don't have auto hubs, but I thought, hell it's worth a shot. Things about vehicles have been figured out using weirder concepts
Doesn't hurt to throw out ideas, help narrow down the possibilities and get the ole noggins working
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Ronnie are you saying his 2.5L can't keep up with your Clown Vic?
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Are you suggesting his manly Jeep can't haul one of the lightest transfer cases ever made?!?!

Not very nice.

Yeah I know ....that's why I said it... just messing with tom...
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I love a good puzzle!
I like belching so hard my eyeballs jiggle in their sockets while I drive. Its like going to california and rolling through an earthquake.
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Yup training again...doing pretty good. Hows the jeep build going?
Slowly draining my bank account. Looking at a new front bumper now. But I don't know what I want. I kind of like this one, and it is the only one I can find that I like. But I don't know what it will look like with my new pocket flars that widen my look...

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I like belching so hard my eyeballs jiggle in their sockets while I drive. Its like going to california and rolling through an earthquake.
Granted you do have a taste for the finer things in life

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