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11-09-2010 08:41 PM
firehawk_1989 hehehe
11-09-2010 08:32 PM
bobjenkins
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Originally Posted by toshpate View Post
I have no idea what all is wrong with my rear axle. Who knows. It will be awhile till that money tree I planted bares fruit
lets hope it bares money . not fruit. I once paid 450$ for a rare money tree from guatemala. and all it did was grow small bananas
11-09-2010 08:16 PM
daggo66 Unless black biddy becomes a donor.
11-09-2010 08:07 PM
toshpate I have no idea what all is wrong with my rear axle. Who knows. It will be awhile till that money tree I planted bares fruit
11-09-2010 08:00 PM
J10
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Originally Posted by toshpate View Post
so what you put it in 4x4 and pray it's a short trip? Why couldn't he do the spare unless the wheel/hub broke? That's what's wrong wit my cj it sheared off at the hub
When your axle brakes it can slide out whenever it feels like it so you would end up stopping to pick up you tire and whatevers left of the axle. Also not real good to have moving broken parts.
To be safe . . . er I would disconnect the rear drive shaft too
11-09-2010 08:00 PM
Barrie
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Originally Posted by toshpate View Post
so what you put it in 4x4 and pray it's a short trip? Why couldn't he do the spare unless the wheel/hub broke? That's what's wrong wit my cj it sheared off at the hub
Correct, the axle will slide out,or he snapped it at the hub.
11-09-2010 07:59 PM
schnutzy
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Originally Posted by toshpate View Post
so what you put it in 4x4 and pray it's a short trip? Why couldn't he do the spare unless the wheel/hub broke? That's what's wrong wit my cj it sheared off at the hub
the axle shaft broke. if you look close, you can see the drum is tied up, holding it in the axle. if he put a tire on there, it would just fall off and do more damage.
11-09-2010 07:56 PM
toshpate so what you put it in 4x4 and pray it's a short trip? Why couldn't he do the spare unless the wheel/hub broke? That's what's wrong wit my cj it sheared off at the hub
11-09-2010 07:52 PM
bobjenkins seems to come naturally to this driver

11-09-2010 07:49 PM
Barrie I would say that is a 35 with a broken axle. Putting the spare on would do no good.
11-09-2010 07:49 PM
TjTheo Its an undersized spare though, if you run different size tires on the same axle you'll destroy your differential because the tires are spinning at different speeds.

Not sure if that's correct but im like 90%
11-09-2010 07:45 PM
adkjoe Yea and he had what looks like a fresh spare on tire carrier
11-09-2010 07:36 PM
J10
I would like to know how far he got with that.
Also I have to give him props for the awesome feild repair, do what you need to to get home and all
11-09-2010 07:35 PM
bobjenkins LoL get a fat friend to hang off the front right. thats sad
11-09-2010 07:30 PM
firehawk_1989
Really?

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