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post #11 of 25 Old 08-11-2013, 10:02 PM
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Ya...wrench04 = useless info.

Sorry I live in the same province, troll. Some people have way too much time on their hands.

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Yeah I was wondering what all he was talkin about... Like if I asked how do you change the oil in my wheeler... Well you take your wheeler and put it into a tree drain the gas tank then lower the air in the left front tire. Now you are ready to drain the oil.. You get the point!! lol!

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Hahaha I didnt plan on going through that much just for a lousy boot. Thanks again now im just waiting for the boot to get here

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Lol. Thought he was asking how to change the front driveshaft thy goes through the engine.

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Lol. Thought he was asking how to change the front driveshaft thy goes through the engine.
Fair enough.

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That would it explain what you were talking about!!!

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It did say driveshaft BOOT but I guess u didnt see that

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im not having any luck removing the shaft
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Still cant get this shaft to budge at all
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Did you try spraying some wd40 or pb blaster in the to free up the rusted thing?

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Did you try spraying some wd40 or pb blaster in the to free up the rusted thing?
I did try some wd40 but nothing seems to be rusted. Does that method apply to all year models?

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