Anybody Familiar with These

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by Front Range 4x4, Nov 9, 2005.

  1. Front Range 4x4

    Front Range 4x4

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    When I bought my 62 it had a drivehsaft with a Remco Drive Shaft Coupler (http://www.remcotowing.com/drive_dtl.asp) installed. The story that came with my 62 is that it spent most of it's life behind a motorhome which would make sense. Anyone know whether these are good or not?
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    Seems like something that would be low to the ground, easy to catch on rocks, and something to be a general pain when it fails.

    Unless you still tow it behind a motorhome and it doesn't see too much off highway action...
     
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    I've been using it for a couple months since my original/spare was out of balance, no problems on "moderate" trails. My normal ds should be balanced by the end of the day and will go on in place of this. Just curious about it since I never heard of one before.
     
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