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08-12-2011 11:42 AM
95saharaGRN Well we live on this old run down military base and housing suxs... So not many places to go with the dif if we took it off... But when we pcs I'll have an actual garage so I'm happy...
08-12-2011 09:26 AM
my98tj i usually take the axle out from under it when i do that kind of work. i don't like to be on my back for that kind of work. congrats. it's really not tough work, just time consuming.
08-12-2011 02:42 AM
95saharaGRN
Dyna 30 war zone

Pulled apart my dif to change a seal that died on me well my buddy looks around its dead of night and u just see tools and parts all over... And he called it a warzone so I took some pics... Got everything out and apart in three hours... Went to bed woke up at 9 went and got the seal and some gaskets and somefluid... Cleaned all the parts today and put it back together again... The rebuild time too 3 hours... The weird thing is that the carrier came out and went in no prob.. Pulled out with fingers and put back in with fingers to tuggen or shuving just easy... Didn't even have to take out my steering rods... Any way it was fun little rebuild and am headed to hollister hills tomorrow for a jeep con my buddy set up... Happy trails all

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