Veddy Nice, But who did those gears?
I did the gear setup. Pic was from a test fit added a little paint for the IG post. Definitely not the finished product. This was one of the most aggravating things I have ever done. I must have pulled it in and out over a dozen times before the backlash and pattern was correct. Had to get some help at the end to finish. Glad it’s over not sure I would do it again. Well actually I did it again on the 8.25 but it was easier for some reason.Veddy Nice, But who did those gears?
91laredo is a super nice guy. Brought me bolts and a transfer case bushing. I couldn't thank him enough got me wheeling again so I could ride with my group and kids again. Tim thank youI thought to myself why would anybody spend crazy money for complete axles... now I know.
Anytime glad I could help. Saturday the weather was great enjoyed some trail time in our friends TJ. Next year will be there for sure in our Cherokee.91laredo is a super nice guy. Brought me bolts and a transfer case bushing. I couldn't thank him enough got me wheeling again so I could ride with my group and kids again. Tim thank you
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Wow! Welcome back! It will be a treat for us to see that orange beast again. Nice work on those axles and T-caseWell I traded my daughters XJ I built for her for my wife’s mustang. So it’s now my daily driver again. The upgrades have already begun. New axles front and rear and upgrades to the NP231.
Some what but I’m definitely going to at least 33’s. Just wasn’t sure if I should skip that and go to 35’s. I know there would be lots of fender trimming for 35’s.Stay on 31s. Its cheaper and Im guessing not super necessary for your wheeling to have 35s. Parts are cheaper, tires are cheaper, less wear, etc. Feel better?