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Most recent CV carnage

Well I finally went to swap out my old CV shafts.. the pass. one was spinning inside the plunging joint (no bueno)

and this is the driver inner.. somehow i didn't break it completely off too. somehow i got a cool guy, who had also gone to wyotech at Advance so swapping them out was easyyyy..

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that takes skill right there
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Im confused what CV shafts do you still have?
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Damn man. I guess your lucky. How do people break these? I just dont see how can it can be done? Even though I know anything is possible.
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breaking cvs is easy with cranked t-bars and or wheeling. It puts them a bad angles. When you hit the gas, applying torque while a front wheel is hung up on a rock, or tree, while the wheel is turned or even straight, and presto, there goes a cv.
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breaking cvs is easy with cranked t-bars and or wheeling. It puts them a bad angles. When you hit the gas, applying torque while a front wheel is hung up on a rock, or tree, while the wheel is turned or even straight, and presto, there goes a cv.
You're correct... but... that's not a CV...
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That isn't a CV, that is a stub shaft (aka: outer) from his front D44. He has a SAS.
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Im confused what CV shafts do you still have?
haha my old ones.. replaced them to sell.

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Damn man. I guess your lucky. How do people break these? I just dont see how can it can be done? Even though I know anything is possible.
dude i've broke like 8 or 9 ha

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That isn't a CV, that is a stub shaft (aka: outer) from his front D44. He has a SAS.
no it was my CV from when i pulled it out to do the SAS. I didn't buy the truck sas'd

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breaking cvs is easy with cranked t-bars and or wheeling. It puts them a bad angles. When you hit the gas, applying torque while a front wheel is hung up on a rock, or tree, while the wheel is turned or even straight, and presto, there goes a cv.
or if the aussie is like a spool.. ha
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way to go


my head hurts
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dude, i think im still trashed.. idk what i am, i just know i shouldn't drive right now. ha

i started cleaning, then i found the computer. I figured out that captain pong i was playing.. was a shot of captain per cup.. And i drank all 10 cups. now i know how i got so ****ed up.


on an even better note, i threw in $30 for 2 cases, i got $29 back
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