Discussion in '1936-Present Suburban' started by roadnotca, Jun 12, 2006.
Differentials is about the only thing I haven't ever done. Here we go!
ok this is waaaay off topic but the wheel in the background.....do you have a side view of it? I'm trying to decide wheel style and the round hole is in the top two.
Burb is tucked-in for the night so I'll get ya one or three tomorrow.
what ratio did you go with???
mine came in last week and there going to be installed this saturday...
3.90 pushing 315/70R17 (34.5) TH350/NP208. Getting ready for CK5 Millertime Trail. I have a tip/trick (I think) for get the pinion nut on and off. I'll take a pic this afternoon, if I don't get stuck at work.
Are you back, or are you posting from there?
No June gloom today.
bdea bdea, thats all folks!
Only progress today was clearing the kitchen sink clog. Sounded like a flush when it finally cleared though. Front diff comes out tomorrow.
I leave tomarrow morning , and I get to bring my Melanie back too
Gettin my nut off
have you clocked your tcase? make sure to post pics when u do
Gettin my nut off II
Had to reboot this POS computer, meanwhile Smokkey sneaks in. T-case clock comes sometime later this Summer. Already have crossmember, new mount and GLORy clock ring kit. I have the ReadyWelder if I want to revise the exhaust, but probably workout to have a muffler shop cut & weld the "Y" pipe.
Knocked-off the ring gear with the brass punch through the screw holes.
I don't check the Sub forum too often, but if you need help reading/setting the gear pattern PM me.
Thanks man. This is the front one first. That way I get over some of the learning curve on the cheap. Being the front, I put on the bulk of 4WD miles (500?), I'm only replacing the actual R&P and reusing brgs. LockRite (mine) is low miles also.
The rear will be the full boat, brgs and all (185Km).
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