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Old 12-02-2000, 09:33 PM
3/4tonTodd 3/4tonTodd is offline
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The only drawback to this place is that all you guys are so far away. I just got done putting U joints on my rear driveshaft. I've never done U joints before, so it was quite an experience. I sure would have liked to have had a couple of you in the garage with me today! I don't know how long it's SUPPOSED to take to put in a pair of U joints, but I'm sure I set the slow speed record today.

In regards to my other posts, thanks for responding to them. I like to work on my truck but I want to make sure I don't screw it up. You guys sure help me out.

Thanks a BILLION guys!

Todd
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Old 12-03-2000, 03:26 PM
bighed bighed is offline
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Hey Todd,
In my opinion if you own a 4wd a u joint press is a must have. It will cut your u joint changing time in half! Just my opinion...
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