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Old 12-29-2005, 01:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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LJ axle shaft tech OOOooooooooooooooo!

was researching the 3 cyl geo motor for my LJ10 & saw this

http://lj10.com/forum/viewtopic.php?...t=geo&start=25

Here's the axles. A stock LJ on the top, after welding in the center, and after grinding smooth at the bottom

1st he tried sammy outer birf & lj inner & popped birf 1st turn

then this............I ain't read it all, but know this type axle tech will not work on a rock crawler


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NICE!

there was a guy from texas on orc several years ago that did the same type of thing but combined zuk axles with d-30 or d-44s to get rid of the birf.

i suppose you could always just re-spline the axle shafts with a cut-off wheel....like the "hardcore" guys do....
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