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    Pinion guard

    Got into some wobbly pops and decided to use up some scrap pieces of steel laying around. Not gonna win any beauty contests but it should show the rocks who's boss.







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    Works. But betca you gonna swear when u-joint changing time comes!

    I was thinking of incorperating one into my 8.8 Diff guard/clamp on truss.
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    Why?

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    might be a stupid question but how does it stay on is it bolted or what ??
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    looks like a 9" rear end to me so i am assuming it bolts to the pinion bearing housing??

    danna 44's or 35's and such dont have the bolts there like a corp 14 bolt or 9" does though

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    Nice. Wheeling the way you do you need every piece of armour you can get.

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    Yup. Bolts onto the 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgtspaz View Post
    Nice. Wheeling the way you do you need every piece of armour you can get.


    Nice work Curt.
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    looks like a mud trap to me

    clever though
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    Fawk man, that's nice... i've been considering building the same....

    After nailing the pinion in the TJ last year, it caused WAY more damage that I liked, so to be honest -- the extra 2 bolts it takes to change a u-joint, i'll do it.

    On the D35 you can use a U-Bolt to attach it...
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    You might find it a little tricky bolting one up to a d35 justin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by screwen View Post
    looks like a mud trap to me

    clever though

    Thats what the hole in bottom is for. Rather have a little mud than be smashin my 9 off the rocks.
    Last edited by Curt's_97; 04-30-2008 at 01:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    You might find it a little tricky bolting one up to a d35 justin.
    something like this.


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    Ahh, ya that would work. And you wouldn't have to cut a circle with a grinder. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt's_97 View Post
    cut a circle with a grinder. LOL
    It's harder than it looks!

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