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more breakage...

another cv down.

the swap couldnt come quick enough...
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That sucks gil!
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oh purty.
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Holy Shat!
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sucks man
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That's pretty!
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that is prolly the most beautiful thing i have ever seen!
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How many is that for you Gil? You gonna repair it or just start cutting the front end off for the SAS?
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How do you keep breaking CVs man, I dont get it. Is it becuase you are locked up front? Thats the only reason I can think of
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Cut if off!!!!
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How do you keep breaking CVs man, I dont get it. Is it becuase you are locked up front? Thats the only reason I can think of

i can think of several reasons. watch one of his videos.
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and them things make a mess when they go like that
but did you atleast have fun doing it?
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i can think of several reasons. watch one of his videos.
Yea good point lol.
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How many is that for you Gil? You gonna repair it or just start cutting the front end off for the SAS?
its a few, i dont know how many...

about one of the only good things about our IFS is that when you break a cv, all I have to do is cut the other boot and pull the middle half shaft and i can drive it home again.

so i drove home...


im not near the parts list to start cutting stuff up yet...

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How do you keep breaking CVs man, I dont get it. Is it becuase you are locked up front? Thats the only reason I can think of
they break really easily. locked and on 34s is a real big portion of it. the sad thing is that this one broke on a dirt hill climb...

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and them things make a mess when they go like that
but did you atleast have fun doing it?
when the shaft goes, the only thing really holding it trying to keep itfrom spinning is the plastic boot. so yes, they do make a mess like that...

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that is prolly the most beautiful thing i have ever seen!
you should see the last one i did. i found most of the peices. here:
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Ouch. Well, Gil, when you do your SAS, I'll take some of your old stuff you don't need anymore. I need to replace my drivfer's side CV. And I'm gonna get some stocker t-bars so mine won't be cranked anymore.
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Nicely done Gil! You sure showed that CV who's boss!
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That looks messy! I haven't broken one yet.
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iight look here..i wanna see pics of the truck not breakage..dern you
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That sucks a big nut.

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Nicely done Gil! You sure showed that CV who's boss!


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That sucks a big nut.

Brenton
I usually just laugh when I hear the snap! besides money it really doesnt bother me, cause money and fourwheeling are synonymous to me by now! lol...

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iight look here..i wanna see pics of the truck not breakage..dern you
but you see lots of yellow trucks, not a lot of broken CVs on here!!!
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i can think of several reasons. watch one of his videos.

where dem vids?
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dang dfude.. u tore tat thing up
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well if your going to break it you at least did it right
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Come on Gil its been almost a year since you started collecting stuff for the swap and your still wacking off with it!
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I know, I know. i actually dont have that much more stuff to buy (ok i just tell myself that) but im about to pick up three or four major parts that will get me very close...
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