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Tranny output shaft carnage.......

I'll let the pictures do the talking

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ouch... you sure are hard on your trucks
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told to Jared in CO he knows about doing this and i think there is a better one or something gosh its been a while
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man that stinks , how did you bust it
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keep it 2wd.......




















can I have extension housing?

Seriously, damn son! < sarcasm >Are you supercharged, running 35x12.5x15s with 4.10 gears? < /sarcasm >
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^^lol!! Are Jared's carnage pics still floating around here anywhere??
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Could be he just got a bad shaft.

Have you tried moving the shafts of the t-case yet? Maybe there's nothing wrong.

I've heard of stuff like this happening by accidently putting it into reverse while moving also.
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that is almost hard to do on the M50D's...

wow is all i have....
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Now that IS carnage. What's the repair bill on that gonna cost?
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ouch, i guess you did snap it.
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Maybe you should just move on from Rangers...
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the only way that can happen is abuse.

thats to bad
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Could be he just got a bad shaft.

Have you tried moving the shafts of the t-case yet? Maybe there's nothing wrong.

I've heard of stuff like this happening by accidently putting it into reverse while moving also.
The tcase shafts have the same effect that the entire truck had when I tryed to push it out of the lanes of traffic. It'd roll free then stick, roll free then stick. You turn the shafts on the tcase and they do the same thing, they'll turn for a second or two then stick. Something is hung up inside of it and until I take it apart I won't know.

Looking at $600 for a tranny with 26k miles so far. I don't know what's wrong with the tcase so the price to fix that is unknown.


Once I get everything squared away I think it's gonna be parked for awhile until I can find a 78-86 FS Bronco.
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the only way that can happen is abuse.

thats to bad
Yeah, that I'll admit. I don't lay out the red carpet before I pull out my driveway for the thing.

This is just the drivetrain issues.

Both of the rear bilstiens are BLOWN completely. Both front coils don't even deserve to be called springs, one of the bilstien coil shocks is completely blown.

My KL71's with about 6.5k miles on them are cooked. I can run two of the four for another 2k miles or so, the other two are ready for a tire fire in my burn pit.

TRE and ball joints are in dire need of replacement.

You guys don't even wanna see pictures of the body.


You gotta pay to play, if only I had a camcorder I'd be a youtube celebrity.
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You guys don't even wanna see pictures of the body.
I do, not your body but, your trucks' body.
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no good man
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I do, not your body but, your trucks' body.
I backed into a tree doing about 10mph fubar'ing my rear bumper, I had to squeeze through an atv sized trail and took off a mirror and left a 5' long SET of SCRAPES in the pass side of my bed, there's a bullet hole in the back, and my pass side doors are scraped to hell when I fell asleep and went off the road side swiping a sign post one night after driving the rig for over 20 hours straight. The body is in bad shape.

That's just off the top of my head....
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How in the world did you get a bullet hole?
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How in the world did you get a bullet hole?
from a gun
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from a gun



I had just bought a new S&W snubnose .357 and my friend was walking back to my truck to reload it while we were out target shooting. He thought he fired all 5 rounds from the cylinder after his last trigger pull was a dry fire and right as he held the revolver up to open the cylinder and relaod by my tailgate, it went off.

Turned out the gun had a faulty firing pin. Smith and wesson's brilliant idea to make a two peice firing pin 'FOR SAFETY' instead of a one piece where the pin was on the hammer. Kinda ruined my faith in my s&w's.
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you dont happen to have a hurst shifter do you?
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you dont happen to have a hurst shifter do you?
It's an 03 LII bro!

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