Rear diff fill bolt help (1 Viewer)

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Anybody have the necessary tools to remove the fill bolt? Both the 24mm and 15/16's slipped, so my next guess is to weld a nut onto it. I've already baselined fluids in the oil, atf, tcase, and front diff. I'd really like to get the rear done in time for Badlands.

I live in Indy, plus I can give you a free 15oz tube of amsoil 5% offroad grease. I added this to the knuckles, u-joints, and slip yokes. The truck is running awesome, minus my broken mirror glass ziptied and some paint scratches from the ice storm.
 
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Order the recessed allen head plugs for replacement front and back SOR part number 090-06-AL $3.03ea. (fill & drain).

Wheel as is and change the fluid and plugs after the trip.

My unsolicited 2 cents :D
 
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I'll check your moms PMs in a few minutes

Oooooooohhhhh, snap

Sorry. Havin fun by myself again
Lets just get off moms right now.....









Cause I just got off yours......ooooohhhhh 2 snaps in a circle beotch!!!!
 
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I was hopin for a regular " your mom" come back
So I could use the let's get off moms bit





You rule AJ. Im not worthy
 
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I was hopin for a regular " your mom" come back
So I could use the let's get off moms bit

You rule AJ. Im not worthy
Sorry, didn't realize that was a set up.

Rule is a stretch, after all you are El Conquistador.
 
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I was gonna say vise grips

But im a barbarian

I like vise grips

They grip things like a.......

Like a......

Oh what's the word im looking for?

Anyway. They grip really good
 

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