Discussion in 'Maintenance Shop' started by Redneck_ranger, Mar 19, 2012.
oh wow i was right, junk yard parts were needed
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For once.... lol
im always right when it comes to your truck
Just go to the junkyard and grab a yoke (front transfer case) and front driveshaft off of a 3rd gen ranger. That will eliminate the possablility of ever having to replace it again. Just need u-joints then.
or just take the truck to Brads house and wait 20-30 min. and then pay the man!!!
That might be a possibility Craig. Brad, what would all of that run me? And I'm not too worried about it right now, I just can't go wheeling
It would run you the cost of a driveshaft and a yoke off the transfer case. I dont know, call a jy and find out.
ok Pete get your ass over to Brads he can get you in and out in half an hour and bring the right parts
And money! Cash talks, bullshat walks
Well considering it's gonna cost me $80 to fill the truck and $40 for my fishing license, I don't think I'm gonna have any extra this week.
put the fishing license on hold until you fix your truck..thats a needless expense right now IMO truck should be first
If its costing you $80 to fill up, i feel sorry for you
it cost me about 60 for a fill up now
$60 gave me 15 gallons. And I'm putting it off as long as possible. It's only aggrivated when it's in 4wd. And I talked to a mechanic today and he said that he's almost positive that I'm going to need a transfer case. How can I convert my truck into a 2wd permanently?
need a 2wd trans and drive shaft...and get rid of the front axle crap
how many drive shafts do you need? i have 4 of them here loll
I only need the front, but Clinton's got one lined up for me. Thanks though
Found out what it is! My buddy knows his stuff and told me that the chains inside the tcase are strippe. That's what the clicking noise I've been hearing is. New tcase, here I come!
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