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Re: 1992 Trooper 4x4 shaft/hub separated.. Newbie in Layton, UT asking help... [Re: BigSwede] #1056077 01/18/13 04:55 PM
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That's awesome! I'd actually thought of that - I have a pack of heavy-duty, UV resistant 175lb load zip ties... How well do they hold up?

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Re: 1992 Trooper 4x4 shaft/hub separated.. Newbie in Layton, UT asking help... [Re: Troop92] #1056078 01/18/13 05:11 PM
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I've never had one come off...I've only done the inner boot on the cup though, never tried it on the outer boot.

Although, why do you have to mess with that? Aren't those shiny new CVs assembled already?


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Re: 1992 Trooper 4x4 shaft/hub separated.. Newbie in Layton, UT asking help... [Re: BigSwede] #1056079 01/18/13 05:29 PM
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I'm just replacing from the cup out, and the axle didn't come with a clamp for the boot-to-cup portion. Everything else is clamped/greased and ready to go.

Re: 1992 Trooper 4x4 shaft/hub separated.. Newbie in Layton, UT asking help... [Re: Troop92] #1056080 01/18/13 06:45 PM
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OK I see I misunderstood what you are doing, I thought you said you were removing the pittman arm so I assumed you were dropping the whole axle assembly...but you were just using a pittman puller on the tie rods. So what I said about keeping the steering etc. is not applicable. And you obviously do have to disconnect the tie rods either way.


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Re: 1992 Trooper 4x4 shaft/hub separated.. Newbie in Layton, UT asking help... [Re: BigSwede] #1056081 01/18/13 10:13 PM
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Yeah, I've been working on it just a few hours each evening for the past three days. Today will finish off the rebuild (with zip ties most likely!) and should hopefully go smoothly. Now that I've done it once, I bet I could do that in and hour, tops.

Re: 1992 Trooper 4x4 shaft/hub separated.. Newbie in Layton, UT asking help... [Re: Troop92] #1056082 01/21/13 08:57 AM
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Done! Finished up yesterday, only hiccup came when getting the bolt on the tie rod (steering).... Thankfully I could get it on kinda and took it to the shop up the road - no charge to tighten it down.

Nice to have my rig back!

Thanks everyone for the support and advice!

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