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Hey MarcI just spoke to you on the phone, and I called Freds40, and he said that he recommends disassembling the box as much as you can, and then maybe welding your allen socket to the stripped bolt to extract it. Then you could grind the welds off to save your allen socket.
http://board.marlincrawler.com/index.php?topic=34383.0;topicseenI just want to point this out to you all... this is something that you have to keep in mins while working on the box. When I dit my first box I forgot one of those balls and my box crashed.
I think that it should come in this kit.http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=508309Good luck!!!
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That is what has been on your truck this whole time. I wouls say it is worth repairing and seeing how it goes. Can't really lose. Use some heavy duty epoxy or JB Weld to fill and smooth out. I am almost will to bet it would hold and seal.
was the box leaking when you took it off?
Yota4life, I have two empty boxes if you need one. One is old style (86) and one is new style(95). If you want one I'll let it go for 10 bucks plus shipping. The 95 box is tapped already.
Hey well i just picked up a complete 94 box today for cheap. So its just the bone housing? I might take you up on that. check what shipping would be to 95608 Carmichael, CA. Thanks
I have read though this thread and theres a lot of good info. thanks for posting it up. There are a variety of 1/4 NPT hydraulic fittings available with different inside diameters. Which size fittings work best with the average ported stock IFS box and hydraulic assist? It seems like the most popular are a 4 or 6.
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