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ive done ball joints and tie rods but never put u joints in the truck there still the factory ones ford put in it still going stroung at 112.000 miles
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I have a new u-joint sitting on my tool box. I am afraid of the carnage I will find. I have the nastiest clunk I have heard when I put it in gear. LOL Maybe this weekend.


^^^ another one tempting fate... whats cheaper a $10 ujoint or a $150 driveshaft from the junk yard????

I had to replace Grants whole driveshaft drove on a bad U-joint for over 3 months because he was to lazy it cut threw his driveshaft ends...
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I have a new u-joint sitting on my tool box. I am afraid of the carnage I will find. I have the nastiest clunk I have heard when I put it in gear. LOL Maybe this weekend.
Humongous backlash.
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Reminds me to grease my ball joints...been about 10 kmiles since i put them in...
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What are good U joints i need to get some.
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Newb question but what is an Aussie Locker? lol
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I sure dont like the cost or the lack of needle bearings...

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Reminds me to grease my ball joints...been about 10 kmiles since i put them in...
yeahhhh boy.

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What are good U joints i need to get some.
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Newb question but what is an Aussie Locker? lol
An Aussie Locker is a 'lunchbox' locker that fits into an open carrier...alot like a lock-right. Alot like a detroit but not a full carrier...

http://www.aussielocker.com

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