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Old January 6th, 2010, 08:54 AM   #81
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Yeah, we just started shaving everything, it was good times. If it got near the cut off wheel, it got shortened.

True story. Kelly's axle work is being done by a mexican. Everything has been chopped and shaved.
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Old January 6th, 2010, 09:31 AM   #82
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Shortening the spindle would do no good. If anything, it needed to be extended. You're right, I was sleeping while you were hacking.

By the way, you were off fucking off while I was wasting my evening looking at your problem.

The spindle was not allowing the lockout to slide in far enough to get the spiral clip in. Thats why it got shortened. The spindle would have need to be extened, and at the same time the hub would have needed to be extened also. I hope you are picking up what I am laying down.


But on to the serious part. Kelly is a fucking hack. But Ryan and I truly did enjoy your company last night, and Kelly still has not found the prize you left/gave/did to his Jeep.
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Old January 6th, 2010, 09:41 AM   #83
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The spindle was not allowing the lockout to slide in far enough to get the spiral clip in. Thats why it got shortened. The spindle would have need to be extened, and at the same time the hub would have needed to be extened also. I hope you are picking up what I am laying down.


But on to the serious part. Kelly is a fucking hack. But Ryan and I truly did enjoy your company last night, and Kelly still has not found the prize you left/gave/did to his Jeep.
Yeah, I got it.

Regarding the "prize".
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Old January 6th, 2010, 09:53 AM   #84
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Yeah, I got it.

Regarding the "prize".
I'll give your POS YJ an 8 pound prize, courtesy of mr. sledge
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382A is the correct inner race but if for some reason you needed more room for your lockout you can use a 382S race and it will bring the hub 1/8" outward.
This is the right answer. Were you running the 382S race?
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