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Old 03-22-2009, 01:46 AM   #15
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Andy, what is it that's special about the 1974 and previous axles? Why in particular would they faill more that the newer ones?
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It was deemed that the composition of the rubber rods was incorrect, leading to premature failure.

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76 overlander, loose door hinges. Stove is right inside door .Has anyone cut holes in the aluminum door jamb to access nuts. looks like it should be easily accessed that way. please any comments before I drill or cut!!
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76 overlander, loose door hinges. Stove is right inside door .Has anyone cut holes in the aluminum door jamb to access nuts. looks like it should be easily accessed that way. please any comments before I drill or cut!!
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76 overlander, loose door hinges. Stove is right inside door .Has anyone cut holes in the aluminum door jamb to access nuts. looks like it should be easily accessed that way. please any comments before I drill or cut!!
That's exactly how I tightened mine on a '77 Ambassador. I used a hole saw in a drill. I was able to find some pop-in caps to fill the hole after tightning the nuts.
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