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    why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    why oh why does it have to happen to me oh...eny way the bering has come out of the diffentral gear olso i think i have stripped the cup or summat bechause when you look at cup it is round at the back of the cup were you slot the cup into der yer know what i mean?

    oh and pease help me.......
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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    here the hub pic
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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    there is a set screw in the cup to keep the cup from rotating if you lost if you can buy a bag of them for a couple of bucks as for that bearing I don't beleive that it is a one way bearing just make sure there is no dirt behind it and push it back in.
    Just went and looked at my cup and it is indeed round all the way through so there will be a hole in the side of the cup and it looks like i may still see your grub screw in there make sure that is aligned with the flat part of the input on the Diff and you will be good to go
    mine did this same thing a couple weeks ago

    and as for the reason they do this these vehicles are just like baja race vehicles every race the teams tear the truck down and check for cracks and make sure the bolts were tight to see where more attention is needed.
    all the rough terrain along with the vibration of the engine cause all kinds of screws and things to come loose Blue locktite is your best friend

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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    i still have the grub screw in it and i have the waser for it as well but do i need to buy a new cup thanks mike

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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    you might as well repack to rearend with new grease while your in there, you probly got some dirt in there. mine was sceary

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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    oh i cant really be boithered lol but do i need a new cup

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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    not at all just a driveshaft. and a grub screw

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    RE: why has it done this oh no only front weel drive lol

    no i have drive shaft and grub screw but just askin


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