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Parking truck outdoors with no hubs D35 manual


badmts

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I have an RGA for my "JEEP" locking hubs from WARN but no temp hubs as of yet and I want to begin my other upgrades before money "somehow" disappears.Can the front axle have the locker,wheel bearings and U-joints replaced and then be driven outside slowly to wait(more than likely a few days with the added fun of Seattle rain) for the return of the replacement hubs then aligned? is there some kind of temp jerry rig deal we could do until the hubs get back? I have amassed all the parts save the new hubs and the seals
 


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Sure, just make sure there is grease on everything to keep the rust from starting on it and I would throw a garbage bag over the tire/wheel and tape it all shut if its gonna be out there for a couple days.
 

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I'd bag them up, wouldnt want your 4 legged tire/rim washer to get a greasy nose.....
 


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