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Those are CLEAN splines with the new M-77 on them. I just took it back off and found the 2 weep holes on the shaft. Do you thing I can just shoot some w-d 40 in them?

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that was a stupid question for me to ask. I'm using the hypoid gear oil too clean the ports...duuuuuuu. ooops BRAIN FART

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help!!!! I can't get my final drive back on to u-joint. anyone have any tricks? I heard a comment on bumping the starter. My finger is bleeding from trying to move the spline to see if I'm in. I had it on yesterday but took it off again to check those weep hole weren't covered with m-77.. I'm thinking a stick of dynamite..lol

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help!!!! I can't get my final drive back on to u-joint. anyone have any tricks? I heard a comment on bumping the starter. My finger is bleeding from trying to move the spline to see if I'm in. I had it on yesterday but took it off again to check those weep hole weren't covered with m-77.. I'm thinking a stick of dynamite..lol
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It is not unusual for the u-joint to come off the transmission output shaft on the engine. If you use a cat off broom stick you can slide it in to the u-joint from the rear. Cut the broom stick plenty long so you have a long enough handle that you can feel around and slide the joint back on the shaft. Once it is on you will be able to get the final in easier if you usee either the finger or bump the engine method.

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Hmmmmm. I didn't even consider the u-joint being dislodged. Gotta do some pokin around on that one. Thanks Mike... To Be Continued....

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