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    That is a one part axle seal which uses a spring...

    That is a one part axle seal which uses a spring to keep the rubber boot over the shaft. It is an older part number. I think the newer seal is better. When i replaced my axle shaft i ended up...
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    what you have there is part of the axle shaft...

    what you have there is part of the axle shaft seal, 68304271AA

    The axial seal comes in two parts.

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    You will need to remove the carrier to get in there to replace the seal. ...
  3. My boys and I covered 23 states between 2014 and...

    My boys and I covered 23 states between 2014 and 2017.

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    Removing the slave cylinder would allow you to...

    Removing the slave cylinder would allow you to move the fork manually. You would be able to lube the slave end of the fork and potentially the shaft using a bent hanger wire. Lubing the TOB slide...
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    When i had issues with my TOB it rattled. I have...

    When i had issues with my TOB it rattled. I have had the TOB replaced twice, once during the first clutch replacement and again during my second clutch replacement that i completed myself. Once...
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    It sounds similar to my issue which was a loose...

    It sounds similar to my issue which was a loose bolt at the top of the rear shock bracket
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    yes it corrects the bow plus a spring was rubbing...

    yes it corrects the bow plus a spring was rubbing on the track bar. I have Synergy adjustable control arms to correct the pinion angle.
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    The cutting and grinding was the only pain....

    The cutting and grinding was the only pain. Overall very straight forward install.
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    Here you go

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    I use the JKS adjustable rear spring mount to...

    I use the JKS adjustable rear spring mount to straighten out the springs and also use their bottom spring retainers. I never had a spring pop out.
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    I was hoping for an answer from those who have...

    I was hoping for an answer from those who have replaced them
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    Where do you get replacements, ORE?

    Where do you get replacements, ORE?
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    You need to shop around. You can get that same...

    You need to shop around. You can get that same part from an online mopar dealer for $72 new


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  14. There are 8 screws in total with 4 being...

    There are 8 screws in total with 4 being accessible. I checked them using a cut down allen wrench just to make sure that they were tight.
  15. Well after to speaking to B&M about my issue...

    Well after to speaking to B&M about my issue earlier this week, they have told me that that were going to add loctite and change out the screws they were using. They have responded promptly and...
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    It is not unusual to burn out the clutch in mud. ...

    It is not unusual to burn out the clutch in mud. That happened to me when I was very green to offloading.

    I guess it wouldn't hurt to ask the dealer but when they disassemble it and find mud or...
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    Here is the info on the clutch setting tool 1...

    Here is the info on the clutch setting tool

    1 1/8" dia (1.09" actual) x 10 teeth x 3/4" dia

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    Mopar doesn't recommend resurfacing more than...

    Mopar doesn't recommend resurfacing more than 0.003" he should expect replacing the flywheel too
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    What clutch did you go with? I just replaced...

    What clutch did you go with? I just replaced mine. I went with spec which included an alignment tool. You will also need a flywheel turner tool. I went with Lisle 23800 through Amazon
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    Drain the diff and take off the cover then try...

    Drain the diff and take off the cover then try operating it. You may need to nudge the locking disk with a screwdriver if it's stuck. You can replace the locker magnet solenoid if it's...
  21. When i told them they said they had no records...

    When i told them they said they had no records of any complaints. I said no one would even know until it was too late.

    They will gladly send me a new one but are checking with their...
  22. FYI to those who have or are about to install...

    FYI to those who have or are about to install this sport shifter

    When I drained my transmission fluid, I found two small machine screws. The screws came from the shifter. When I inspected the...
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    A few photos from a small town's cruise night: ...

    A few photos from a small town's cruise night:

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    It could be that the sway bar motor is simply...

    It could be that the sway bar motor is simply filled with water and/or mud.
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    Well I'm deep into the clutch replacement...

    Well I'm deep into the clutch replacement project. It's been slow going. A lot of the bolts were really stuck on. So I am just about ready to disconnect and drop the transmission.

    I did drain...
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