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09-06-2012 04:25 PM
dr_frankenstein
Up-grade reminder for U-joint bolts.

If you have not already upgraded your yoke bolts to the ford truck U-bolts please do, as nonsense like this could be avoided. Im a little new to jeep stuff and so a idiot mistake was made.

This is a brand new yoke from quadratech, less then 200 miles on it. less then 50 off road. The original yoke had been trashed from the previous owner not greasing the joints.

wasnt even pushing the jeep hard, well i didnt think i was atleast... 80mph on 33s on the highway... everything looked fine before I left.




A.j.

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