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10 bolt carnage!

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by jk3078, Jan 7, 2006.

  1. jk3078

    jk3078 1/2 ton status

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    So, I let the kids drive the sub-buggy today. While trying to do a brakestand burnout my fourteen year old daughter did this! Like father like daughter! Sorry havin trouble with the pics. Okay, got pics scroll down.
     
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    AllamericanK5 1/2 ton status

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    havent seen pix but i bet it was the spider gears. it took me twice to learn that big tires arent ment to do burn outs
     
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    nah, big tires do great burnouts, its those stupid 10b's that werent ment for burnouts ;)
     
  4. jk3078

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    Ok here you go. The driveline was from a burnout I did a couple weeks ago.

    The drivers side carrier bearing cap is lose do you think that could have caused part of this? Maybe its time for some Superior shafts or...

    s carnage.jpg

    welded 10b.jpg
     
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    79k20350 3/4 ton status

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    i think its time for a 14b sf to keep it light and strong... that wasnt an axleshaft problem...:rolleyes:
     
  6. jk3078

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    Ok maybe brakestand/burnouts are a bad idea with 35'' swampers at 10 psi on a welded 10b. But its still FUN! I'm not sure the axles broke entirelly from torque the carrier bearing cap being lose put alot of extra stress on the shafts.
     
  7. dyeager535

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    It kind of looks like the pinion shaft lock pin broke at some point...you can see the pinion shaft milled "flats" and all the carriers I've dealt with, those flats are parallel to the tires.
     
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    jk3078 1/2 ton status

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    You mean the "spider gear roll pin"? Good eye, yes when I got this truck the spider gears and roll pin where bolth fraged. The bolt that holds the roll pin in place was broken so I torched the pin out, swapped in different spiders and pin, then welded the pin to the carrier. Hoaky, I know, and its going to be a pita as to get out.
     
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    uhh undo the leafs and toss it in the trash, If it doesnt fit cut it in half with a sawzall, only takes a couple of mins.
     

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