Message text written by jmwagner
>ahhhh, yes.... you sharing your repeat of my experiences of the late
70's, 80's... helps me to reconcile my decision, a few years ago.. .to
buy a solid axle TR 4A as a daily driver....
Well, TRIPLING the number of U-joints and some of them virtually
impossible to lube....
Seems like a bad idea for long term maintenance. Nice idea for one's
With the poor condition of that one U-joint, it makes me wonder what the
u-joint is like.
BTW, I did manage to wedge a screwdriver between the captive nut and the
so I count tignten them properly. I COULD get them apart if I HAD to. In
with a trailing arm replacement, and bushing renewal.....