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  1. #276 Re: OGDAK's taking the 9" out and the D44 apart 08/31/2007 
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    Yeah I remember there were quite a few ways to tell big from small. I dont remember if it was in that link or another but you could also tell by the size of the drums.

    But glad I could help, BTW whats the plans for the 44/9"? Going under the Grand?
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  2. #277 Re: OGDAK's taking the 9" out and the D44 apart 08/31/2007 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfowlzj95 View Post
    BTW whats the plans for the 44/9"? Going under the Grand?
    Jup, meanly to replace that nice thirty upfront, which cost me plenty this year. The 8.8 is fine.
    It's nice to swap a matching set as for as boltpattern and axle width goes.
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  3. #278 Re: OGDAK's taking the 9" out and the D44 apart 08/31/2007 
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    On with the hubs,
    Used a puller, a torch and sacrificed a chisel.


    bit by bit






    finally, complete with brake anker plate


    Time to take the axle shafts out.


    On to the outers,
    Steelbrush, wd40 and air impact gun.
    Came loose pretty easy


    Can't reach the lower one with the impact.
    So I nice tap from the sledge on a wrench did it.


    3 firm blows on the top castle nut were enough.




    One off the big differences with the D30 outer knuckle,
    On the D44 the balljoints are pressed in the outers, while
    on the D30 they are pressed in the inner C's.
    I like the D44 solution better cause when replacing those joints
    it's easier to put a knuckle under the press then an axle.


    A ton flat top knuckle, not the best option for hi-steer arms.


    Tappered adjuster on the inner C, time to make another tool.


    Axletube, dia 7.5cm wall 1.5cm




    Taken apart, the diff is still in, not in my way for now.


    All for now on the High Pinion D44.
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  4. #279 Re: OGDAK's taking the 9" out and the D44 apart 08/31/2007 
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    Damage report from our trip to Geilenkirchen(Germany)

    Stuck in a mudpit, thnx Dez. for warning me.


    Rescued bij Dez.




    Out of it, somebody told me I had a flat


    Jacked it up and hooked to Dez's compressor.


    Didn't help anything so got to change and inspect it.


    Her's the leak, the rim has a crack in it.
    Most likely a stone got caught in between the caliper and the rim.


    A little cleaning up




    Kids didn't mind the delay, they where "claying on the Jeep".



    On sunday we had a Hill-climb. And since I never did that before I tried it.
    Didn't do to bad for a 5300 lbs rig.


    On the 3 and last attempt the front came loose bumping in the wholes from my previous run,
    hitting the ground again it just "cracked". Did sound kind a familar


    After drivin in Hi and Lo a bit, the sounds didn't return.
    So went to do something else.


    A first attempt with some stress on the front it "cracked" again.


    So took out the front DS, watched by the girls.


    So we drove home on the street tires without any hassle at all,
    did keep the steering wheel a litlle tighter than normal.
    So last night started to take things apart,
    starting to get used to metalic diff. oil




    small pieces


    That lower sat. is almost half gone.


    So 3 out of 4 sat's are damaged, R&P looks to be fine.


    Pff,

    Had a fun weekend though, time to get things fixed.
    3 more weekend trips in the next 3 weeks.
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  5. #280 Re: OGDAK's taking the 9" out and the D44 apart 08/31/2007 
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    Thanx to Dutchdaan for making a vid from the hill-climb and puting it on youtube
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P29Q8QXtYL8
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  6. #281 Re: OGDAK's damage report 09/19/2007 
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    Nice vid. Looks like you need to hurry up and get that 30 outta there.
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  7. #282 Re: OGDAK's damage report 09/19/2007 
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfowlzj95 View Post
    Nice vid. Looks like you need to hurry up and get that 30 outta there.
    Jup, starting to run low on spare d30 parts
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  8. #283 Re: OGDAK's damage report 09/19/2007 
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    So we made a trip to belgium the last weekend off september,
    This was the 12th annual in a row it's like a fundraiser.
    http://www.4ft.be/index.php
    They collected close to half a million euro's over the previous editon's.
    Last year over the 2 weekend days over 1700 off-road vehicles attended.

    Swapping wheels in the rain sucks.


    it kept raining.


    pulled out off a mudpit by a tractor


    Sunday the weather was nice, trying to cross something wet and muddy.


    Saved by Edwin en Willem, thnx.






    Then sunday eve on the way back, doing approx 45mph I lost my left front wheel.
    This damaged my wheelstuds and the rotor.
    Long story short, friends of us who we where with, drove on home.
    When they got home the removed a wheel hub from Kameel's Tj and headed back to belgium.
    So swapped the parts and we could continue our way home where we finally arrived in the middle off the night.


    Then this past weekend we had our annual Dutch Jeepcamp in Erm
    over 150 jeeps attended was a fun weekend.
    On the way back again some issue's with my left front wheel which came loose, luckily didn't come off.

    So pic's from the day after.





    So this past year we went on 8 weekend trips to Germany, France, Belgium and in The Netherlands.
    Had an great time with it, and broke plenty off front axle stuff.
    So this week I'll be taking it off the road by suspending road tax and insurrance.
    Then a new phase will start, cleaning, building, wheight reduction and so on.
    I'll keep you posted.
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  9. #284 Re: OGDAK's end off season 10/10/2007 
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    We look forward to the new phase.

    Let me know if there is anything you need from the States.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue-Ball View Post
    Let me know if there is anything you need from the States.
    Thnx, w'll do
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  11. #286 Re: OGDAK's end off season 10/10/2007 
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    Awesome. I can't wait to see the new next stage.
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  12. #287 Re: OGDAK's end off season 10/10/2007 
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    Cleaned it up,
    not to bad from a distance.


    but here and there missed some spots's


    Made a start with removing things,


    also the rear carrier got to go.




    took on a lot off dirt in it.


    Continued on the interieur and wet carpet.
    Wow, some space in there.






    Got it suspended for road tax yesterday, that means from now on need to keep it on my own property.
    Normally it costs 68.00 to suspend it, but because it was less then 1 year from the last
    time that I suspended it, it cost me 113,50 . On the other hand I save 78.00 a month
    for not having to pay roadtax now. Time to start saving for goodies.
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  13. #288 Re: OGDAK's Started 10/16/2007 
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    From all the pics many many hours wrenching on your Jeep & many more cleaning all that freakin mud off your ride.
    I am getting older (wiser) & stay away from the mud Not worth the hours cleaning mud off my Heep ---10 min of fun in the mud equals 1 hour of cleaning cutting into my Beer time
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    And so the new phase begins!

    Looking forward to it.
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    From the looks of the wheeling pics, mud looks inebidable.
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    Just move to Boulder with the rest of the tree hugging Prius driving hippies and you'll be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rickbeer View Post
    If only 2% off the scenery from that pic was near hear, I would stay away from the mud.
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    Awesome rig! Ditch the dana 30 though... Seems to be kind of a weak point.
    Also:
    Mud R Fun. I can't keep myself out of it despit the fact that I seem to fuck something up EVERY SINGLE TIME I go in there. Of course I fuck stuff up on rocks also. And in dirt. And sand. and on road.

    Maybe I need a little thing that gives me a strong electrical shock every time I do something stupid. Like get in the drivers seat.
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    On with taking things apart.
    Took the doors out for easy access


    Before you know stuff stats to pile up again.


    Carpet is out, the foam undernaeth it already started to smell bad


    Not very clear, but it is wet.


    Dash is out




    Found some ripped seams between diffrent body parts.
    Caused by flexin it in terrain I think.




    Also started on modifying my donor doors.




    Don't realy have a tight plan yet , for sure though the 44/9 combi
    and reducing weight .

    To be continued.
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    so the buggy begins lol


    you should stay away from mud
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    Quote Originally Posted by cashflowdub View Post
    you should stay away from mud
    Bud that's wath we have lots off
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    oh lol
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    I wish I had that kinda dedication when it comes to building the ZJ. You have done more builds in the last 2 years than I ever did I think.
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    Well sometimes I like to kick it, lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue-Ball View Post
    That is cheap.

    1Euro=1.3643 US.

    Can't imagine the shipping from ther though. lol.
    that was on 08/31/07

    now it is

    1Euro=1.4648 US.

    About time to start to get my shopping list together.
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    Started to take apart de 9" a while ago.
    Taking the old rtf off, noticed a fine crack




    After pulling the 3 member.




    So recently decide to take a shot at it
    Cut the damaged part out and did some grinding on the edge.




    Put it back togeteher and lined it out.


    Welded


    Curious if and how long it will stick together.


    Took the stock bracket's off.


    Mheanwhile on the look-out for a spare 9" housing.
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