|09-01-2008 03:15 PM|
|nicolas-eric||Thanks Jerry !!!|
|09-01-2008 03:08 PM|
Always go here for any required tech information first... Jeep TJ Web Site of Stu Olson - N7QJP
U-joint replacement instructions are at U-Joint Replacement - 1
|09-01-2008 02:47 PM|
thanks. i just ordered 2 spicer 5-760x u-joints.
is there a good write up where i can see how to install the u-joints?
|09-01-2008 02:09 PM|
i agree, spicer u joints are the way to go. they last around 80-100k, and aftermarkets last about 30-50k.
i've heard greasable can be weaker, cuz they are hollow all the way through, i don't have an opinion there. but if you don't grease greasable u joints frequently they won't last at all.
|09-01-2008 01:55 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||Your current OE u-joints are Spicer 297, the upgraded Spicer joint which is more durable is the Spicer 760. The exact Spicer part number is 5-760x. It works very well, I regularly do very tough trails that are occasionally 5 and 5+ and my 760 ujoints are holding up nicely.|
|09-01-2008 01:37 PM|
Im running the alloy USA joints. i got them from northridge4x4.com. Pretty much the stock sealed joints ar ethe way to go. but i like the alloy usa, fully greasable as well.
Northridge4x4 Jeep Parts: U-Joints
|09-01-2008 12:34 PM|
|nicolas-eric||Are there some HD u-joints that i can install instead of the stock u-joints?|
|09-01-2008 11:55 AM|
|4Jeepn||I would just install the stock u-joint spicer brand.. should last a while. Also I would think its the cheapest route...|
|09-01-2008 09:43 AM|
D30 U-Joint Noise
My right stock D30 u-joint makes a knocking noise when I brake after backing up.
What should I do now?
At the moment I don´t have much money. I would prefer A...