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PowerTrax No slip installl

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Blue60, Mar 16, 2003.

  1. Blue60

    Blue60

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    Hi All,

    Getting ready to install the "no slip" into the rear of my FJ60.
    I have all the tools I need, but want to make sure I have all the little items on hand prior to starting. Feel free to add to my list if I've forgotten anything.

    1) differential cover gasket
    2) two new C- clips for the axles
    3) ???


    Thanks...

    DAve
     
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    3_puppies SILVER Star

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  3. RustyNailJustin

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    A gun so you can shoot your self for buying a lockright! Just kidding I ran a lockright for years with no problems in pretty harsh wheeling conditions and big tires. Becides its the new design right?
     
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    woody Internet Fireman Staff Member

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    a REAL thin needle-nose type pliers is helpful....and brass hammers/punches for the crosspin. Otherwise it's a piece of cake.
     
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    Thanks for all the input guys.... I'll be doing the install sometime this Spring.

    Cheers,

    Dave
     
  6. FJ60

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    I put one of these in my 60 about 2 years ago, yes its a new design and it works just as it should. No banging or clunking, just a tire chirp every now and then.