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3/4 ton conversion

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by sandracer0004, Aug 20, 2003.

  1. sandracer0004

    sandracer0004 1/2 ton status

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    ok i know thiers lots of info on this. quickly though. when changing the u joint on the drive shaft is this something i need to take to a 4wheel drive shop? or can i do it myself? if so is it a pressed in joint? or?

    also whats the number again from napa, its like 935 or something.
     
  2. Beast388

    Beast388 1/2 ton status

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    You shouldn't need to take your shaft to a 4X4 shop. It can be done with a few different sized sockets and a vice.

    To go from 10b to 14BFF = Napa #447
    To go from 12b to 14BFF = Napa #348

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  3. Aquaman

    Aquaman 1/2 ton status

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    [ QUOTE ]
    You shouldn't need to take your shaft to a 4X4 shop. It can be done with a few different sized sockets and a vice.

    To go from 10b to 14BFF = Napa #447
    To go from 12b to 14BFF = Napa #348

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    [/ QUOTE ]Or 1 socket and a hammer
     

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