Recovering from Moab 2016
- June 24, 2003
- Reaction score
- City, State
- Newcastle Wa
- Year, Model & Trim Level
- White 94 Limited
Wow! You are far more ambitious than me. Ive been delaying replacing rock lights.
I would be tempted to eliminate the graphite washer on the back side.
You still have autohubs so must not use 4x4 very much so those shafts probably get less that 5% of the vehicle mileage.
More important for the shaft to stick out the correct amount to ensure the full length of the splines engage the hub
@massacreThank you for that, no sense doing all this work and then put dirty hubs back on!
I have been spraying them with brake clean and I have some ATF ready. Only waiting on shocks and boot for c clip elim
I need to fill the front diff too. I might have a pinion seal leak as well FML not sure how hard these are to do but I would imagine I would also need a new crush sleeve?
But I guess we’ll see.
Wondering if I should just do it anyways while it’s down?
@massacreSoaking the hubs in ATF now. I filled them with brake clean and let them sit, then took a pick and moved all the parts around inside. Seems like one hub would move in and out more than the other. Sure hope the ATF frees them up, don’t feel like buying new hubs.
Started ordering stuff for rear axle too, I’m sure those bearings and seals aren’t great either.