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    • New driver side alloy axle shafts to replace the ones that had egged-out u-joint ears.

      Who doesn't love seeing the number 4340 on a Jeep part?

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    • altierior wrote:

      New driver side alloy axle shafts to replace the ones that had egged-out u-joint ears.

      Who doesn't love seeing the number 4340 on a Jeep part?

      I just bought all my chromo shafts for my 60s one at a time from the Amazon warehouse. The drivers inner was 52 dollars. I got two rear shafts for the driver side of my 60 for 32 bucks total.

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    • What have you done to your Jeep today?

      This is over the course of this year.

      My frame went from this in my frame to this.




      I chipped the scale off a used bumper I bought and painted it. I also added some back up lights in the bumper.




      I also replaced all my rear suspension bolts and bushings, cut out and replaced my rear body mounts, replaced my drivers seatbelt and re-installed my cb antenna after it was ripped off.

      Now I bit the bullet and ordered a trans rebuild kit.

      Did I mention I never really worked on vehicles and kinda don’t like working on them.


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    • typical failure on an ax-15. Be aware its a difficult trans to rebuild and the parts sometime exceed the cost of a reman unit. I would say the transfer case is a 2-3 on a 10 scale. The ax-15 is a 7-8. Just dont want to see u dive into something thats not worth the effort.
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    • What have you done to your Jeep today?

      I just got done chucking a new relay in my winch and a $17 wireless control from Amazon.

      This is a pic with the old relay but the little box in the corner is the wireless receiver. I don’t see why it wouldn’t work for most if not all winches out there.

      I’m a little disappointed that the reverse contacts on the relay went bad. I’ve only used the winch a couple times so there no reason for the contacts to stop working. At least I found it in testing the wireless controller and not when I actually needed the winch.


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    • willf650 wrote:

      astape wrote:

      what trans is in it?
      Ax15

      I already rebuilt the transfer case. Once I do the trans the motor will be the only thing left. The axles are already done.

      The trans is starting to have issues grinding goin in and out of 3rd.


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      Dont forget to use the new approved fluid in there, 10w-30 conventional motor oil. its known to help syncro life, thats what mopar calls for on the 5 speeds