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Thread: VIDEO : JL JOURNAL - How to Install 1350 Drive Shafts on a JL WRANGLER

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    Thanks for posting the video Eddie! And for explaining in real terms why the 1350 is the way to go. I was just shopping for shafts and didn’t know about the existing 1330 ujoint. JE Reel is local to me so that looks like where I’ll be heading. Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    You needed Eddie's help with that? 🤔

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    I think if my wife holds one end.. I can work the other end.... and I can watch the video for direction.... wait.... what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I think if my wife holds one end.. I can work the other end.... and I can watch the video for direction.... wait.... what?
    😂🤣😂

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    Impossible! Someone told me to only remove one control arm at a time or i will have a bad day. My head is blown now.
    Great video Eddie and Cindy. Going to adjust my pinion angle now since the way you did it look so easy compare to how I do it, with ratchet straps.


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    Awesome Video! Always learn a bunch of tricks watching you wrench, thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Yeah, I’m not doing that myself. Lol. Great video though.
    LOL!! Only one way to learn - by doing

    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    Cool Video!... I feel more comfortable handling my shafts now. Would this be the similar process for a JKU?
    Actually, exactly the same. I guess I shouldn't have called this a JL specific video

    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    You needed Eddie's help with that? 🤔
    Quote Originally Posted by TrailHunter View Post
    I think if my wife holds one end.. I can work the other end.... and I can watch the video for direction.... wait.... what?


    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird 11 View Post
    Very cool video. Ill start using lock tight and the rvt trick now. You can never stop learning cool tricks for working on jeeps.
    Awesome, glad that I could help you out with a new trick or two

    Quote Originally Posted by Aust249 View Post
    Thanks for posting the video Eddie! And for explaining in real terms why the 1350 is the way to go. I was just shopping for shafts and didn’t know about the existing 1330 ujoint. JE Reel is local to me so that looks like where I’ll be heading. Cheers!
    Jim is a great guy and back when I was still down in the SoCal area, he's who I preferred to use

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMF View Post
    Impossible! Someone told me to only remove one control arm at a time or i will have a bad day. My head is blown now.
    Great video Eddie and Cindy. Going to adjust my pinion angle now since the way you did it look so easy compare to how I do it, with ratchet straps.
    Well, to be fair, I would never pretend to know more than the next guy and that someone may know something that I don't. Can't say that I've ever had a bad day doing things like you see in the video

    Quote Originally Posted by wjtstudios View Post
    Awesome Video! Always learn a bunch of tricks watching you wrench, thank you!
    Right on, so glad to hear it

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    Great video with lots of great info, have had Adam's in the past and they were always good, but will be doing the local driveline route when the time comes

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    Quote Originally Posted by benatc1 View Post
    Great video with lots of great info, have had Adam's in the past and they were always good, but will be doing the local driveline route when the time comes
    I highly recommend these guys.
    http://drivelineandgear.com/

    These guys didn't know me from Adam (see what I did there ) and still treated me right. Best prices I've gotten anywhere especially with Neapco u-joints and they had a super fast turnaround too. If I had time at the time, I would of had them make me a set for Jet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I highly recommend these guys.
    http://drivelineandgear.com/

    These guys didn't know me from Adam (see what I did there ) and still treated me right. Best prices I've gotten anywhere especially with Neapco u-joints and they had a super fast turnaround too. If I had time at the time, I would of had them make me a set for Jet.
    Tha is for the recommendation. I'll certainly give them a call when the time comes. I think I remember the post for Moby where you used them.

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