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    @veitnamcam, spindle is fooked. As my mate said, snapped like a carrot. Be real nice to have some axle stands @Savage1

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    Bugger! Probably find better aftermarket ones cheaper than genuine, As mentioned factory bearing fits are on the loose side.
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    Jeez Nibblet you must have been flogging that hard to do that.
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    @Nibblet I've 2x axle stands you can use if Savage is too far away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Bugger! Probably find better aftermarket ones cheaper than genuine, As mentioned factory bearing fits are on the loose side.
    Yeah new spindle about $160 and new CV $60. Will pull the rest of the hub apart and clean it all up at work tonight to see whats salvageable. Will probably have to buy one of those 54mm sockets though, my set only goes to 36mm

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    Jeez Nibblet you must have been flogging that hard to do that.
    Won't say yes, won't so no.
    Lets just say if your not airborne your not giving it enough

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    @Nibblet I've 2x axle stands you can use if Savage is too far away.
    Should be alright thanks dude. Got a couple of bottle jacks and some tyres sitting under the truck so should be fine.

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    That's good prices! don't skimp on the cv tho,the factory ones are actually very good,there is also one made Austrailia that is stronger than stock forget the name at the moment.
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    Just use a hammer and punch don't need a socket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Just use a hammer and punch don't need a socket.
    Blue & white apron anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mauser308 View Post
    Blue & white apron anyone?
    Bit of a difference between a butcher and someone who can aim a hammer and a punch.
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    Get a price for terrain tamer bits, better than toyota. Is Bus and Truck still out the airport way, they used to sell and import the stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mauser308 View Post
    Blue & white apron anyone?
    I end up fixing so called professionals work after they have used all the proper high end professional tools incorrectly and broken a hardened stud off then un successfully drilled a off center by miles hole with a snapon drill bit that cost four times as much as one that is actually good then they hammer in a brand name screw extractor and snap it in the off center hole with a snapon 18 inch cresent.
    Then they are fucked so they bring it to me,And i tell them if you hadn't touched it it would have taken me 2 minutes to remove but now you have butchered it will be an hour or more.

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    Already all ordered and on the way. Hopefully be up and running again by next weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nibblet View Post
    Already all ordered and on the way. Hopefully be up and running again by next weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Bit of a difference between a butcher and someone who can aim a hammer and a punch.

    I end up fixing so called professionals work after they have used all the proper high end professional tools incorrectly and broken a hardened stud off then un successfully drilled a off center by miles hole with a snapon drill bit that cost four times as much as one that is actually good then they hammer in a brand name screw extractor and snap it in the off center hole with a snapon 18 inch cresent.
    Then they are fucked so they bring it to me,And i tell them if you hadn't touched it it would have taken me 2 minutes to remove but now you have butchered it will be an hour or more.

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    That is all so true. Still, having seen multiple amateur jobs with a chisel and punch fall to bits after sod all time frame - I lean to get the correct tool for the sodding job. Worst I saw was a guy that split the bloody nut instead of tightening it. Now, I only use the punch or chisel in the middle of nowhere when there is no possible other choice...

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    And getting a pull out

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