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    Have you tried Hawk pads?

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    No, are they worth while? They look to be about 5X what I normally spend on pads from rock auto.
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    Absolutely. Summit and Amazon have decent prices on them.

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    I've had great luck with Powerstop. Make my bias 35s and steel wheels scratch and claw in a full panic stop, not quite lock up but damn near. I believe I have a Z36 kit on front of the XJ. No other braking mods besides rear disc conversion with stock pads/rotors
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshs1ofakindxj View Post
    At the end of the Labor Day weekend 2019 SW PA Gambler I lost a rear driveshaft u-joint, had the rear driveshaft kick out while moving at a crawl, limped it a short distance in FWD, trailered it home, replaced the u-joint, and now I have a hell of a rear drive shaft vibration at higher speeds. Driveshaft could be a little bent or the yoke ears are tweaked a little. T-case is also leaking like hell with a new output seal installed so screw it. Time to throw more money at the burb:

    - JB Conversions NP241C SYE w/ 1350 non-CV yoke with u-bolts
    - used K30 1350 rear shaft with slip joint
    - 1350 yoke for u-bolts for the 9.5" 14SF
    - going to have GBG driveline modify the driveshaft length as needed

    That will yield a new output bearing in the t-case, no more slip yoke, new t-case output seal, balanced and true drive shaft, new yoke on the rear axle. That should fix the leaking and vibration.

    If it doesn't, well...
    Swapped the rear axle yoke and installed the SYE yesterday. It was a long day. JB Conversions makes a really nice kit with great instructions. Dropping off the drive shafts for lengthening today. Next is fixing the leaking intake gasket.

    Detroit Gambler is May 2-3!
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    That come out sweet!
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    I’m thinking you’re slightly beyond the gambler $500 rule... I would hate to see you get called a cheater, so to prove that this is a $500 vehicle I’ll purchase it from you for that amount. Always here to help!

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    Someone has to haul everyone and their crap when their car comes unglued, so I drive the bus.
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    It only took Greensburg Machine & Drive 6 days to replace the slip yoke on the front shaft and extended it, plus extended the rear shaft.

    I got them installed last night, finished setting the timing after replacing the intake manifold gasket, and went out for a test drive. Much improved!



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    I see you also have what’s on my current shopping list, a crawler loader. Burban looks sweet too!

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    Looks good man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    I see you also have what’s on my current shopping list, a crawler loader. Burban looks sweet too!
    Just picked up that 1976 955L a few months ago. I'm pretty happy with it as far as how easy it is to work on and how readily available parts and information are. So far I've just been spiffing up the brakes and clutch controls to get it working right and changing all the filters. Once the ground dries I have a lot of projects to tackle. If you pick up a 955L and the serial number is close to mine I have an electronic copy of the repair manual I can send you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshs1ofakindxj View Post
    Just picked up that 1976 955L a few months ago. I'm pretty happy with it as far as how easy it is to work on and how readily available parts and information are. So far I've just been spiffing up the brakes and clutch controls to get it working right and changing all the filters. Once the ground dries I have a lot of projects to tackle. If you pick up a 955L and the serial number is close to mine I have an electronic copy of the repair manual I can send you.
    I don’t know what I’ll end up with or when I’ll get it. I’m in the process of buying about 10 acres of land and am trying to get everything figured out to build a house. After looking into what I’ll spend to get everything excavated, I can just buy an old machine and do it myself. Plus when everything is done I’ll have a nice toy to play with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    Plus when everything is done I’ll have a nice toy to play with!
    My plan is to tackle all my big projects and then sell my crawler before something really expensive fails. Probably buy a skid loader or larger tractor and 8' brush hog with the money.
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