View single post by Kealel
 Posted: Tue Feb 6th, 2018 10:50 am
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JAMMAN wrote: I like it! Looks like it could be done while in the truck if necessary? (the rear end)
Yes, looking back, I think I would have preferred having it in the truck as it liked to roll around a lot while I was working on it. In the truck the only downside is the headroom you have when removing the diff cover, center pin, and C clips.

Baby Girl: 2006 XL 3.0 ~RIP~ 1/26/2015

Penguin: 2002 XLT 3.SLOW 4x2

River/Kaitlyn: 2003 EDGE 3.GO! 4x2... For now?
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