Whether you’re installing a new set of front axle shafts or, are in need of pulling a busted one on the trail, this write-up will help explain the steps needed to do just that. As you will see in the “what you will need list” below, not a whole lot is needed but, some of what you do need is very specific and not something you can just find anywhere. Needless to say, you really should make sure that you get these tools before you start pulling anything apart.
Hi i was just wondering if anyone new how hard it is to put the 3.9L Cummins 4BT Turbo Diesel in a jk or is the engine to heavy for the car?
Good write-up; succinct & easy to follow with great photos.
Great writeup and visuals. I’ve heard there is something to do with the locker switch when doing a JK Rubicon, but can’t find it in my searches (so far), perhaps a comment on that? Thanks!
not sure if it’s different but on my 2007 Rubicon its a 35 millimeter socket for the hub nut and a 5 millimeter hex for the speed sensor as for everything elseseems to be perfect to me