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Old 12-14-2008, 05:32 PM
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Found unknown part under jeep

Can anybody tell me what this is? I am doing a soa on my 95 yj. I finished the front so I backed it out of my garage and backed the jeep in. When I crawled underneath I found this laying under my transmission on the floor. I have been having trouble with the transmission making a clunking noise in reverse. I was wondering if came out of it, although Im not sure how it could.

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Old 12-14-2008, 05:34 PM   #2
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pretty blurry picture but it looks like part of a tool. possibly pitman arm pulller end. doesn't look jeep part related. check your tools

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Old 12-14-2008, 06:26 PM   #3
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Thats looks like it might be part of your muffler bearing
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Old 12-14-2008, 06:38 PM
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(I hope my muffler bearing did not go out). Docdave you might be right, I did not check the pitmarm puller before I returned it. I'll have to check that. Thanks.
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Yeah, pretty bad pic but nothing I recognize either. You do need to keep those muffler bearings well lubricated. I find that Jack Daniels works best.
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i used to tell new porters to get the elbow grease. they'd come back and say they can't find it. i'd throw a fit, and say who the heck used it all up and didn't replace it, then i'd send them to the parts store to get the elbow grease.

thats some funny stuff right there.
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Old 12-14-2008, 07:26 PM   #7
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try bucket of steam and some sky hooks. when i first started worknig for my dad i had someone tell me to get those for them.
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piston return spring
turnsignal fluid
spare 5th wheel
muffler bearing
710 cap
heavy duty tire beads
Kuneutson valve
exhaust O pipe
engine oil bypass kit
cross drilled brake lines.
adjustable powerband
heavy duty clutch belt
hollow plug wires
summer air for the tires
winter air for the tires
elbow grease
left handed monkey wrench....

and.... flux compacitor

I have more.

I've spent to much time in garages!
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turn the 710 cap over......OIL
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turn the 710 cap over......OIL
Did you just hear that one??
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Did you just hear that one??
not too long ago, most caps don't say that anymore, so i figured i'd elaborate.
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Yeah it's an oldie but still works the best probably.
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How about the nut behind the wheel???????
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How about the nut behind the wheel???????
There is a nut behind the wheel.

But yes, that,s kind of like there's a short between the seat and the steering wheel.
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How about 50' of flight line and a gallon of prop wash?

I spent some time working at an MRO.
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I have heard of trailer stretchers, brick stretchers, and stair tread stretchers. even funnier when they come back and you tell them that it is in the basement.
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Not sure if you have figures it out yet. But that looks like a piece to a double flaring tool.
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What is the deal with 50 feet of flight line and prop wash? I have heard that before.
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It's like blinker fluid. it doesn't exist but not everybody knows that so when you find a sucker you can a have bit of fun at their expense sending them for it.

ETA: flight line and prop wash do exist, they just aren't items you can go get. For example prop wash just refers to the air moved by the prop.
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The flightline is where you park the aircraft at a maintenance facility.
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When I was installing theatre dimming systems, we'd always come up short (guy on the other end of the wire pull would hold it back some), and tell the new guy to go get the cable stretchers.

Worked every time.
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I used to send the FNG's to the tool room for a "Long Weight!" Of course the guy behind the counter was in on it, so he'd have the newbie stand to the side. And stand, and stand, and stand...thus the long weight (wait)!

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